9.12.2010

I love Sunday Evenings

Something about Sunday evenings always puts me at ease. Guess I know that I've enjoyed alittle relaxation from the weekend but Monday brings back my routine and some alone time for Mom.
We had a wonderful time at the beach for a few days and got home today early afternoon. Joey was able to sit down and watch the Panthers and Giants play, Quaid got to spend time with his best buddy and the girls played outside. I got right back in my shop and glazed an order of cupcake plates and mixed up my glaze so the dinnerware I had on hold last week also got in the kiln ready to hopefully come out and be boxed up to Massachusetts mid week. A little R&R is just so good for the soul!

4 comments:

Connie said...

Looks like you guys had a great time. I wish we were closer to the beach.

Jen Mecca said...

Being close to the beach is one of the perks of living in this state ( pretty much one of the only one's..but shhhhhhhh..I didn't say that!)

Kari Weaver Hopkins said...

I love the beach off-season. We go nearly every year at Thanksgiving--friends have a cottage in Nags Head.

I'm just catching up on your posts after a week with a sick kid at home. Your artist statement post was fun. Jennifer Stas' reads like madlibs. My kids could write mine!

Sounds like we were at VCU at the same time, but I only managed one semester (fall 85) before I had to drop out to work. I thought the art dept there was great, but didn't finish my BFA for many years and not at VCU.

Jen Mecca said...

Kari - It all just clicked in my head. We do know someone in common..do you remember a girl at VCU named Jasmine? She was a great friend of mine. We were in the design department together and we still keep in touch. She asked me if I knew you and at the time your name did not ring a bell. Do you remember her??