Home from Pottery – Eating Lunch – Readying for the Eclipse #DayOff – Includes Pottery Pics

Home from Pottery – Eating Lunch – Readying for the Eclipse #DayOff – Includes Pottery Pics

Hello, to All.

I hope you’re well.

Here, we’ve a cuppa with favorite creamer to hand, a happy and somewhat tired dog, rainfall outside the window, clouds covering all.

Eclipse at 2 PM today. We came home from pottery before those who would cause accidents and things generally going awry could begin, we had a productive morning in the pottery room. It was glazing day. Slow tedious work.

A very patient friend is Linda. I’m blessed to have her patience and understanding.

I hope to be back to normal next week or so.

I look forward to seeing everyone there. I still have trouble remembering names.

I did enjoy running into one other person who walked in and said, Hi Patty how are you? So nice to be acknowledged without provocation. That is a choice people make. It says to me, they’re truly glad to see me and say hi.

So many people will say nothing, say something to the dog and nothing to me, and of course some say hi to both which is only wrong if it distracts Blue from obeying what he’s told. That having been said, I also enjoy when people take a moment to ask a question if they’re wondering about something. Again, just ask me if I can talk or would talk later. I will communicate with you. And when applicable I will also allow petting of Blue.

For now, we’re readying for the eclipse. I’m going to open my windows, with shades closed. It’s cloudy so it won’t matter either way there.

I want to sit in the apartment at one and then the other windows listening to the sounds of nature, birds quiet and night things suddenly awoken.

“Hmmmm? What’s this? It’s loads early mate.”

Enjoying a day off without coughing and my throat is starting to heal. I’m hoarse again from talking this morning, so going to take it easy this afternoon.

Have a great day everyone.

PS…

Here are a few pictures of pottery and one or two of me.

Thanks for visiting the blog today. Come back often.

A photo of a brown, waist high, wooden bookshelf. On the top shelf sit several pieces of colorful pottery shaped as small bowls or cups. There are two sage green, one sky blue, one peach color, one burnt orange, one dark green, and one light pink bowl. To the right of those are one piece that is shaped like a hand, and it is a tan color and on that is an abstract pumpkin shape. The base is light pink and the stem is a taupe brown. There is a second one of these on the far left as well. On the shelf below this, there are more pottery pieces and these are shaped into small square plates. Three light blue, one sage green, two dark green, two white, one light pink, and one taupe piece. The shelf is sitting against a white wall with a gray breaker box on it, and to the right of the shelf is a white door with a gold handle. To the left of the shelf is a bed with a colorful blue and pink blanket or sheet with a mint green pillow.

 

A photo of two pieces of pottery. Both are shaped as cups or small bowls. The one on the left is a taupe brown and the one on the right is slightly smaller and is a sage green color. They both have a glossy finish and are sitting on white table.

 

A photo of three pieces of pottery. The pieces are small square shaped plates. The top left is a taupe brown color. The bottom left is a dark green color. The one on the right is white. They all have a glossy finish and sit on a white table.

 

A photo of a piece of pottery. This piece is a small square plate with its four edges curled slightly upward. It is a glossy rose pink color and sits on a white table.

 

A photo of a piece of pottery. This piece is a rectangular shaped plate with rounded edges. The edges and sides of this piece are textured. It is a marigold color with a glossy finish. It sits on a white table.

 

A photo of a piece of pottery. This piece is in an oblong shape plate. It is marigold with a glossy finish and sits on a white table.

 

A photo of a piece of pottery. This piece is a small square plate and is a marigold color with a glossy finish. It sits on a white table.

 

A photo of Patty L Fletcher sitting at a white table. She wears a tie dye blue long sleeve t-shirt and an off white apron and her salt and pepper hair is in a ponytail. She sits at a table with various pottery supplies and has clay drying on her fingertips. She holds an unbaked piece of pottery between her hands as it rests on the table. In the foreground of the photo, sitting on the table, is Patty’s latest published book, The Blended Lives Chronicles: Sides of the Order. The cover is a deep, candy apple red, with the title, The Blended Lives Chronicles: Sides of the Order at the top in white text. At the bottom is the author’s name, Patty L. Fletcher, also typed in white. Above the author’s name and below the title of the book is a white skeleton key, taking up about 3/4 of the cover space. The edges of the book are splayed, as if the book has been opened and read extensively. 
Behind Patty are shelves of art and pottery supplies against the back wall.

 

A photo of Patty L Fletcher. Patty sits in an office chair in the kitchen. She wears red pants and a white short sleeved t-shirt with the word “Fierce” written on it in black letters. The bottom half of the word has a darker gray background behind the letters. Patty’s salt and pepper hair is long and reaches her chest. Behind her is a pantry door with a silver dog bowl on the floor in front of it. To the left of that is a stove with a cast iron skillet on top of it. The counter tops surrounding the stove is white and the cabinets are a light wood color.

A photo of Patty L Fletcher. Patty stands in a hallway just outside her office. She wears red pants and a white short sleeved t-shirt with the word “Fierce” written on it in black letters. The bottom half of the word has a darker gray background behind the letters.Patty’s salt and pepper hair is a medium length and reaches just below her shoulders. Behind her is a room with her desk and an open laptop and it sits beneath a window against the wall.

 

 

Patty L. Fletcher

Bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Nice pictures. Love and blessings

  2. Thanks Tasha, they were fun to put in.

  3. Robbie Cheadle Reply
    April 12, 2024

    Hi Patty, thank you for the lovely catch up post. Your pottery is lovely.

    1. Hi, Robbie.
      Thanks so much for enjoying my post and for letting me know you did.
      I’m also glad you enjoy my pottery.

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