Sunday, October 5, 2008

My kiln is not feeling well. It will most likely take two weeks. These guys are ready to be fired. Maybe it is a good thing. I can just focus on throwing, and making them for now. Then I will have loads of pots!..
The dogs really giving the cats a hard time.
Repairs..the handles broke while drying overnight. This happens way too much!
My pumpkins are really going nuts. It is like they know that the weather is getting cold, and want to produce..
As soon as i open up the door the horses whinnies for me to feed them..
Up close. this is Rainy. She is so sweet. These guys are like big dogs.
Come on and feed me and stop fooling around and taking my picture!
Flowers are still going strong.
More little pumpkins growing.

I woke up with a headache. I took two aspirin and a allergy tablet and it went away. Then I had an overwhelming happiness feeling come over me ..I have been overwhelmed by the kids disease since they were diagnosed. I have not really felt all that well, and my moods or depression has gotten the best of me. But today, I felt lifted and I can say I feel like there is a light at the end of the tunnel. I hope it lasts. Because it feels really good. I have beauty all around me. I am lucky that I have horses and flowers, and pots and happy kids.Well most of the time they are happy.. I don't know, I just wanted to tell you all that today is a good day, and I feel good.
I love my camera by the way. I love looking at your blogs and Flickr and getting inspired by my friends. Much better than looking through a magazine with all those adds. I love how my friends share a part of their lives with me..And what they are up to and their collections, and what they are making or cooking. I just want to say that I appreciate everyone of you who comes by here. I do not always leave comments or respond, but I do really appreciate everyone of you..So thank you! Also, if you have never left a comment, please do. I would love to hear from you and meet you..


Eileen said...

Life is good.. it is a happy day.. and shows through. :-)

I could just feed those ponies some carrots.. they are so adorable.

Anonymous said...

Julie, I love the pictures you take on your farm. I would love to take a walk on your farm and admire the beauty in person. Thanks for sharing!

Judy said...

Sorry to hear about your kiln. Your pictures are always so vibrant.

julie king said...

i can tell that you love your camera because you take such delightful photos with it! glad you're having a great day. it's hard to be down in the dumps in the fall!

Anonymous said...

Have missed you! Don't know what happened. Love the post and the pots...lovely indeed.

Anonymous said...

I love that you took us along with you on your Sunday. I can't believe how well your garden is doing. Idaho must be warmer than WA because we've already had a frost!
Love the new pots. I've put in my "wish list" to the hubs. :)

sugarcreekstuff said...

I'm glad you are feeling good and have happy kids, you have the important things covered. Your horses are beautiful.

Lisa Gallup said...

You are so sweet, Julie! I love you! :) I woke up with a headache today, too. But I think mine is from too last night. lol I LOVE that second pic of Rainy!! I just wanna smooch her! See you around! xoxo

melodyross said...

I am so envious of your life..I miss my farm so much.....can't wait to get together with you and make some art.
sending happiness your way,

heather said...

I just stumbled upon your farm via delightful blogs (Idaho caught my eye, grew up there).
Enjoyed your posts and your beautiful farm!

Heather said...

You have such a beautiful home. Such a magical place with the animals and beautiful glad you're feeling better and able to enjoy all the life and loveliness around you. Glad to hear that you and your family are doing well, hope the kiln gets better quickly too!~

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Ahhhh sweetheart, life is not always easy peasy lemon squeezy - but I am so happy you are happy! You are a true inspiration and I know you are going through some tough moments with all you have to handle with your children and the farm. Julie, even though we have bad days, we just have to be thankful for all of the good things we do have. Just hold your chin high and yell to the Heavens that YOU are such a great person! God has blessed you so richly! When you are having a difficult moment, just sit there and give it to God. He will take it with open arms.

love to you,

catherine said...

I LOVE having met you!
I think all of your pictures, projects and art work paint a portrait of a much happier person than you think.
we all get down in the dumps, feeling depressed, tired, etc.
I'm glad you share BOTH your ups and Downs, it's so nice to know that most of us experience the same things. a nice sort of kindred friendship!
I truly am happy I met you, makes me feel like I'm not alone when I'm feeling blue, or tired!

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