Friday, December 14, 2012
Jed is busy turning (literally) out pieces on the lathe at the wood shop. He cut down some trees in our yard, and is using material from the trunk. It's still pretty green, which presents some challenges, but he figures it's great for learning technique and honing his skills. I've taken on some new duties in the clay studio, as I've volunteered to do test samples for the glaze committee, with the goal of adding some new glazes, retire old ones and find new ways of getting great results with what we have. It's become quite an addiction for me really, and I was today I've become known as the "Glaze Queen". Quite an honor, I suppose- at least I'll take it that way.
I opted not to swim today, as it was quite chilly. Yesterday was the first time we have felt the need to turn on our furnace. This cold- even a bit rainy!-snap is expected to last a few days, then it should be back to the sunny days we came here for.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Jed is in Seattle taking care of some business and seeing friends and family. I stayed here because of a class I had signed up for. I'll pick him up from the airport tomorrow and I bet he'll be glad to see the sun again. Never knew I was such a sun chaser, but it sure makes things pleasant around here!
Monday, December 3, 2012
Last Thursday we crossed int Mexico 3 times. On a hike with the club we visited 3 of the monuments along the Mexican/American border. The weather was perfect, the vistas exciting and the hike altogether perfect. It was also Jed's 65th birthday, and he was surprised to get a personalized birthday song from "woo-hoo" Valerie (you had to be there). Anyway, we are delighted to have him on Medicare because it increases our fun and travel budget. Woo-hoo!!!!
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
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