6.13.2010

Weekend....

My mystery plants finally bloomed last week. I'll have to look them up and see what it was I actually planted! I've unpacked from last weekend, took a little break from work and am now waiting on some parts for my pugmill, which is in need of yet another repair.....
I'm also dividing pots up for photo's, shows and orders.
Our girls turned 7 on Friday. We took them and another set of twins to the Columbia zoo for the day. It was a fun adventure and they had a blast. Next week it back to business for me I hope. A weeks break from clay is long enough and I'm sort of antsy to get back in the swing of things. Many camps to drive people back and forth too but the children are pretty good at entertaining themselves for longer stretches than when they where 3 and 5 so hopefully I won't need to hire a babysitter while I try to get some work done during the afternoon and morning hours. We'll see how it goes! I know the summer break is a short one but mine is also packed with two other big shows so I can only enjoy part of the relaxation of having no kids in school for 3 months.

I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend!

5 comments:

Schnee said...

In the foreground they appear to be Black-Eyed Susans. Not sure about the tall flowering plant in the back. The black-eyed susans will return each year as they tend to reseed themselves.

Jen Mecca said...

Aren't black eyed Susans really tall?

Linda Starr said...

they look like they are from the Rudbeckia family (same as black or brown eyed susans) and come in all sort of heights, depending upon the species.

Mr. Young's Art said...

Jen! That t-shirt (Throw your life away) is great! Can you email me the info on where and how to get one? I need a couple of them, at least!

Ross Munro said...

In the background it looks like a variety of coryopsis.