My son texted (is "texted" a word?) me this picture and I think it's great! As you probably know from our own cat pics, we're rather fond of black and white cats anyway... and we have a black outside cat that spends most of his time way... and I mean way up in the top of one of the trees in the back by the creek. He's one of our younger ones (maybe about a year old). We call that group of youngsters 'the Velociraptors' as they hunt together and circle their prey.
The following are some of the clay projects for Fall 2012 that I've been meaning to post:
These weren't all 25 piece projects, but they were all *projects or special projects* for last semester. The very top one (birdhouse duplex) is mine, the others were all done by fellow classmates.
Note here concerning the current flu problem: Having gone out to grocery shop this morning, we noticed people are definitely 'taking precautions' as there was practically no hand sanitizers, no large bottles of Listerine, etc. left on the shelves. I imagine that while movies and restaurants may feel a loss during this time if people are avoiding crowds, grocery stores and drug stores must be experiencing a little rise in their sales... not only due to the sale of these health items, but also due to the fact that I found myself buying a little more than our weeks worth of groceries... in order to extend our time away from crowded areas.
Well, that's enough for today. Have a good weekend, be safe, and stay healthy! :)
(Now I have to go see if I can resize my photos - which I probably should have done before posting these... oh well.)
Everyone in your class is so creative! I like your birdhouse the best--and no, not because it's yours. LOL.ReplyDelete
I can't avoid public places and contact with germ-infested humans, since I rely on public transportation! Hope we all manage to stay healthy. :-)
I hope so too, Kim. Just take some necessary precautions.. like using the hand sanitizer when you get off the bus, etc. If we can get through January and February, hopefully the flu season will be waning (if that the right word?) if not over by then.Delete
Love the pottery...except for the skulls! What would someone do with a clay skull? It's not really a decorative piece, is it?Delete
I'm with you, Nana. But apparently it's a 'day of the dead' thing - big in Mexico and some other countries. I don't get it myself and opted out of the project.Delete
I love the pottery projects, Rian - such fun. DH and I have managed to say clear of bugs so far this winter, but there's still quite a lot of it to go, so we may still be unlucky.ReplyDelete
Just keep doing what you're doing. All we can do is be cautious and sensible... the rest is not up to us.Delete
Looks like fun! I do hope you stay well and avoid the flu. I got a shot but now they are saying that people my age are still getting it and suffering quite a lot. So I'll watch where I put my hands. :-)ReplyDelete
Here if you are 65 or over, they give you the *higher dose* flu vaccine. I opt for the *regular* one as I don't do well with medications... generally get reactions. Have learned to eat well, sleep well, and take nothing (except a Tylenol when I get a migraine). I realize that as I age, this may have to change, but so far... so good.Delete
You do excellent work....and most important you are having fun with it. I think it is fun to work in a group and share ideas and encourage one another.ReplyDelete
It is fun to work in a group... especially a mixed group of young and old(er). Perspectives and ideas can be so different. It's definitely interesting... and enlightening.Delete
Great cat picture.ReplyDelete