Wednesday, January 28, 2009


in use
Originally uploaded by Bridgman Pottery
This may be the year of the honeypot. Wouldn't that be nice? Here's the first one out of the kiln- it's mine all mine- because, actually, it is a second. Since I knew it had a slight defect I glazed it my favorite cobalt blue. I have about 14 more to photograph and list on etsy. I have them in yellow, green, blue, and white. They'll come with the honey dipper stick, too. I'll let you all know when I'm ready to list them, and, as always, I'm happy to take special orders.

I have a new mac! It came home last night! And I have a USB cord to my camera! And it's a snow day! And last night I got an offer from a friend to help me the next time I have a million pieces to glaze! Little boy got to play in the snow for a bit, but now we're cozied up with PBS, resting, learning how this new mac works, knititng socks, and drinking lots of hot tea and cocoa. The snow is still falling. Many of you are used to snow, but we only see it in Memphis once or twice a year. If we're lucky, it sticks around for more than 30 minutes, so we think it's pretty magical.

Happy day.


L~ said...

nice pot!

melissa f. said...


i'm thinking that one of those white ones will match nicely with my berry bowl... hmm.

Sarah Jackson said...

sounds like a very happy day indeed! I adore the pots.

Dana said...

Last time we were in Memphis for Christmas (6 years ago?) there was snow. We were out at Wolfchase and one of the sales people had run outside and back to report on the "big, purty flakes". My husband (from Wisconsin) could barely control his laughter.
I may need one of these honeypots. The problem is choosing.