working to carry on

The past two years have had my attention on family medical concerns. A few months ago I had to say good-bye to my soul partner, after 29 years. I know getting back on the Potter’s Wheel is an important step, both as an honour to creation and an honour to love, which is eternal.

So with that, I am working to carry on, to create, to express, to live. I signed up for another semester with Clayscapes Pottery in Syracuse. I hope to maintain the ‘no expectation’ level, as this experience will be cherished as much as possible.

I chose Clayscapes Pottery because the people there are consistently welcoming, and friendly. I encourage anyone in need of a creative outlet, or tools and equipment for creation of pottery, to check out their website.