True North

I don’t remember if I mentioned it over here (I know I did on my personal blog, and on my personal Facebook page), but I’m taking two classes right now. Think Big, and Think Big 2 (you don’t have to have already taken #1 to take #2, they’re not those …

True North

I don’t remember if I mentioned it over here (I know I did on my personal blog, and on my personal Facebook page), but I’m taking two classes right now. Think Big, and Think Big 2 (you don’t have to have already taken #1 to take #2, they’re not those …

Color me…

You’ve probably noticed, but I have a thing for color. Some potters – and I admire them for this – have a simple palate. It’s part of their look, part of their brand. Probably the same clay all the time, and then one or maybe two colors of glaze, and …

Color me…

You’ve probably noticed, but I have a thing for color. Some potters – and I admire them for this – have a simple palate. It’s part of their look, part of their brand. Probably the same clay all the time, and then one or maybe two colors of glaze, and …

Checking in

We went to Disney last week, and while we didn’t plan to go to The Happiest Place on Earth right after the election – we’d planned to go to the Celebration of Food & Wine the last week it was there – that’s how it played out. It was nice …

Checking in

We went to Disney last week, and while we didn’t plan to go to The Happiest Place on Earth right after the election – we’d planned to go to the Celebration of Food & Wine the last week it was there – that’s how it played out. It was nice …

But first, I have to do this

Sometimes I feel like my day is one giant game of “for the want of a shoe, the war was lost” combined with… what’s that term… choice fatigue? Decision! Decision fatigue! Or, no, wait, I think it’s more like analysis paralysis, because the choices aren’t necessarily all literally in front …

But first, I have to do this

Sometimes I feel like my day is one giant game of “for the want of a shoe, the war was lost” combined with… what’s that term… choice fatigue? Decision! Decision fatigue! Or, no, wait, I think it’s more like analysis paralysis, because the choices aren’t necessarily all literally in front …