Frustrations,Creations and Festivities Make an Interesting Life
Life has been big as usual over the last fortnight.
We have had my eldest sons wedding in the preparation
and I wanted so much for the day to be perfect for them.
As the caterer for the 70 guests I had my work cut out.
I had decided to make some ceramics bowls and platters
to contain the large amounts of food.
So of course, as Murphy's Law would have it,
when it came to the final glaze firing my kiln decided
that it was in need of some help.
Fortunately I have some wonderful friends
and after almost giving up on having the pots
for the wedding our friend Kath,who is also
the art teacher at the school that my daughter
goes to, said she would be happy to help me
out with a firing in return for a firing I had done
for one of her HSC students a couple of years
ago when they had no kiln.
So the pots were fired,
the food was made
and the wedding was had.
Though it was just a little crrrrrrrazy in the kitchen!!!
It was a delightful ceremony
Toni and Karena
It was stunning!
Smiles of love filled the air
The littlies had a lovely time :)
A creative and happy wedding
and delightful memories were made.
all the wedding photos were taken by my brother Chris
But that is not all that has been happening....
My daughter has been sculpting in paper clay
a school project that she brought home
I think she is BRILLIANT!
and I now have a nice PIT..... for a firing!
HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY!!!
and now that I can take a breath
I will have a look at what the Mud Colony
potters have been up to.