Friday, October 16, 2009

Our Lady of Sorrows

It's pretty obvious why I can never get my list finished. Here's what I've got going on today:

1) Mix Old Yellow Glaze

2) Straighten up studio

3) Purchase mop

4) 1 hour Home Blessing (a term I got from; what normal people call housecleaning.)

5) Walk dog & mail bills

6) Wax & Glaze pots

7) Buy materials to install dryer vent

7) Starch pots for packing

and, last but definitely not least:

8) Our Lady of Sorrows, a performance art event tonight at 7 pm at the Harlow Gallery My friend Malley Weber, of Hallowell Clayworks is one of the creators of this event. Perfect ending to a busy day.


Patricia Griffin Ceramics said...

I can empathize with the too-hefty to-do list!

What is "Starch" in the item #7... Starch pots for packing?

Lori Watts said...

Hi Patricia,
Until I get my kiln rebuilt, I do my glaze firings offsite. So I have to pack the glazed pots and take them to the kiln. Laundry starch helps prevent chipping and other damage to the dry-glaze surface.

Linda Starr said...

The title had me worried for a moment, but all's well that ends well.

Patricia Griffin Ceramics said...

Awww, now I get it. Thanks for shedding some light.

Lori Watts said...