Thursday, October 8, 2009


I know you probably don't care one bit, but I have been told that I am ready for porcelain and I have a big bag of porcelain clay to prove it :-). I have waited a year and half to be able to finally work with the clay that I adore. I have been working with B-Mix which is a porcelain mix and it is lovely, but I want the real deal, so come Sunday, you know what I will be doing :-). I just wanted to share my absolute pure joy :-). Happy Thursday.
P.S. What are you all joyful about right now? XOXO


Unknown said...

Hello my dearest Annie, oh...I do care...anything that makes you happy makes me happy too :) Big gigantic hugs for the weekend and enjoy all the clay making, I've got loads of housework to do, love/M

kj said...

this sounds great for you, annie! don't you just the chance to feel passion like this?

my own excitement is that i am writing my second book for real. i can tell because i can't wait to get to it.


Renee said...

I totally care because if it brings joy to you, then it also brings joy to me.

Love Renee xoxo

sukipoet said...

I totally care for a selfish reason which is that I love porcelain pottery. I am assuming then from your post and having to wait that it is more difficult to work with porcelain. ??

Janice Lynne Lundy said...

Isn't validation great that you are ready for something new? Love that and hope you will love this new venture. I can imagine how your heart is singing today. Sing on! Will be eager to see pix. xo

Suzanne said...

Hi Annie,

I love your enthusiasm and I'm excited to hear more about your experiences. I don't work in clay, but I've seen porcelein in museums and it looks like you could make more delicate and finer looking pieces. Wishing you delicious fun in exploring something new! Your excitement is contagious. :)

ExtraO said...

Pure joy is definitely good. Have fun!

Annie said...

Thank you all for your love and support :-).
M.Kate-Don't clean too much, gigantic hugs back.
Kj-Yes!Good for you!
Renee-That is very sweet.xoxo
Suki-Yes, porcelain is the hardest clay to work with, at least from what I have been told.
Jan-Thank you, I can't wait until I have something to show you :-).
Suzanne-Thank you.xoxo

Erin Davis said...

Oh, I care! How exciting! And I am joyful that it is October.