11.10.2008

Monday Morning

I'm enjoying some great left-overs at the moment from yesterdays Circle meeting. Below are some snap shots that Joey took while we where talking about what we had accomplished as a group and what goals we wanted to strive for the coming year. Its nice to be able to get together with a group of people in a casual way. Amy brought Guthrie along for the day and my crew was running around while Joey helped out with dinner and enjoyed football in the next room.

This morning in the "studio" I had a bit of a set back. I took a dive when coming out of my glaze shed and twisted my ankle. I've had ice on it all morning and spent my time instead of in the studio on the computer putting together the final for my Art History students. As I was laying on the grass in pain this morning the first thing that popped into my head of course was " Good grief...I don't have time for this"! The second was " I hope my neighbor doesn't come home from work and find me here".
I did manage to hobble inside, check my ankle out and do a self diagnosis. I'm sure by tomorrow I'll be back in business.

Tonight was my last clay class for the fall session so I hated to call in "sick". The last class is always great because we all bring in food and have either a raku party, some films or a crit. I hate to miss out on that tonight!
On the other hand my kids will be so happy to have Mom home on a Monday night.

5 comments:

jbf said...

Sorry to hear about your fall. I am heading to the studio tonight and was looking forward to seeing you there. Feel better soon.

Jen Mecca said...

Thanks! (I"m sort of known for "my grace" so falling is never a surprise to me. Have fun with Greg. jen

Ron said...

Hope you feel better. Good pics of us all. Thanks for hosting. Please tell Joey thanks again for all the great food and drink!!!!

Michael Kline said...

Jen: Sorry to hear about the bad twist. I have arnica montana around for events like that. It really keeps the swelling down and it's also handy when you bang your head or finger, etc. Be well soon.

JUDI TAVILL said...

jen... feel better! Sounds like something that would happen to me...