Thursday, November 22, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving

 Some of you may have already seen this turkey but he's so beautiful I decided to show him again. He lives down the road from us on a small truck farm. At least he did the last time I was there, hope he still does.

The bisque load all came out fine, so I glazed all day yesterday and today I'm firing a glaze load. Stay tuned for new work coming soon. Today I'm thankful for a wonderful husband, a roof over my head, food on my table, and for having a dedicated studio I can work in. And I'm thankful for all you fine readers and supporters of my art; hope you are having a relaxing Thanksgiving. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.

12 comments:

  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you! Glad to hear your bisque was a success.

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  2. Happy Thanksgiving Linda! Can't wait to see the glazed pieces.

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  3. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Linda! The bird is incredibly gorgeous! Glad that your bisque went well!!

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  4. What a handsome neighbor! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

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  5. Wow! Linda, that is one good looking bird. I don't think I've ever seen one quite like that. Thanks for the photo... and Happy Thanksgiving!

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  6. happy thanksgiving Linda! Hope it's been a great day...

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  7. p.s. would love to see pictures of your studio, or maybe you've shared about that recently and I missed that post? I'm always inspired in seeing the spaces in which others create.

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  8. Hi Barbara, thanks so much.

    Hi Michele, thanks, just about ready to unload the glaze load.

    Hi Gayle, thanks, I can't wait either a few more minutes to unload time.

    Hi Teresa, thanks, hope you and Buddy have a happy one too.

    Hi Sapphire, thanks, isn't he a beauty, even lumps and bumps can be beautiful.

    Hi Rian, thanks, he was strutting his stuff when I took his photo. Ha.

    Hi Amy, thanks, hope you have are having a super weekend. I'll try to find the post about my studio, I know it was some time back.

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  9. I am hoping that turkey is the pet variety. "-)

    Glad to be supportive of your art...~Mary

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  10. Hi Mary, thanks, I am hoping too, been a while since I visited him, thanks for your encouragement.

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