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Practice, Patience, and Persistence

Like many of you, I'm ready to turn the page on 2020 and say good riddance. It's been a heck of a year and I have learned a few things. To appreciate every day and every person in my life. You never know when the person will be gone. Like you, I lost a few fabulous friends this year. They left behind sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, moms and dads, and friends. We will miss them.

I had time on my hand to pursue a long lost hobby of mine. I started throwing pots again. After a lot of practice and patience, I managed to make a few pieces that my friends admired, I even sold a few pieces at a farmer's market. I forgot how much I loved making pots. Sitting at a wheel and concentrating on the clay is so relaxing! I'm determined to improve my craft and learn more about ceramics in 2021. If you are interested in talking about pottery and making mistakes, give me a call. My goal for this year is to make a tea pot. I know there will be a lot of trial and error but that's okay. I'm up for the challenge and willing to put in the effort. What are you focused on improving in 2021?

Whatever you wish for in 2021, I hope your dreams come true and you find health and happiness. If I can help you in any way, please give me a call.

Till our paths cross again, may the wind be at your back.





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