Here are photos of the old "studio" at the South Carolina house (below), more commonly known as
the laundry room. I had one small counter to work on. But as you can see from the other photo (above), the new and improved space in the Georgia house is still a work in progress. I'm to the point where I need my husband to help with shelving units and moving furniture, etc. When I can tackle him for a few hours I will get the room finished. For those who have asked where I got the name for my art, Hairy and Spider are our two female cats, and of course they are both solid black. The name of my crafting business back in Florida was called On My Front Porch, and wow did that ever sound so eighties! And for my eBay customers who have emailed me, no, I am not making pottery right now. I was using someone else's kiln in South Carolina, and since we've moved I've unfortunately not found a place to take my tiles to have them fired. James has threatened to buy me a kiln, which is all well and good, but I don't know how to USE one! So, hopefully I will find a way to continue with my pottery soon. I miss working with clay!!
My husband James and I moved to Newnan, Georgia in 2008 from South Carolina- due to his career. We both work for the same company- James 15 years and 10 years for me. We love our life, our new home, our six kitties, our family. We love to travel, and put our paid vacation days from work to good use! Most of all, we love to spend time together no matter what we're doing. I have an ordinary life but share it with an extraordinary man. I am so lucky! Life has been great to both of us. I know I started this blog off insinuating that I would be showing my artwork, but I left my muses back in South Carolina when we moved. They haven't managed to find me again so far. Maybe one day.