Friday, September 07, 2007

trunk table!





(teaset by Gary Rith, trunk table by Alice Muhlback)


Wicked busy, OK? Sorry 'bout that. So, I made this teaset andAlice turned this trunk into a table and we all put together the collaboration show and we have the opening party Sept. 14.

This morning I need to run around and glaze a load of orders, despite my mother-in-law being in town, and she is sooo much fun (goodness, we tied one on last night) and it is roasting hot, 90s, and the kiln will make the house extra toasty.

Emily cat came out of her closet this morning for water--first time she has gotten up on her own since Sunday. I am hopeful....fortunately she takes the medicine easily (unlike SPIKE).

12 comments:

Kate & Jim said...

So glad Emily has ventured out a bit. That's a very good sign.

Sent ya a note, Gary. We're back up and running.

Cute trunk table.

gr said...

Gotcha, Kate and Jim, gotcha.

cm said...

Yay Emily cat!

denis said...

emily is one tough cat. a little virus won't keep her down.

the elephants are great!

Anonymous said...

Please pat Emily on the head for me, and say "hello" to Mr. Pottsblog's mother-in-law.

EH

gr said...

Thanks all, smooches all around!

ML said...

Love that elephant table and its contents! We have a really great Thai restaurant here named, guess what? The Blue Elephant.
I am so very happpy to hear that Emily is able to move a bit and take fluids. Come on, girl, you can do it!

John Bailey said...

Sending a great hurrah! for Emily from across the Atlantic.

Susan as herself said...

Glad to hear Emily's doing a bit better. Maybe by Monday she will be right as rain. :)

gr said...

miracle of penicillan!

Mother of Invention said...

Great news about Emily. What virus did she have? You never think of cats getting the flu etc. but they do.

lou said...

i hope she's eating a little Gary, maybe try some cat milk on her or some of Johns good old carination milk, something to give her a little strenght. also, no room fragrances - they irritate the upper repritory very badly and most room fragrances, including fragrant oils are poisonous for cats, their livers can't break down the toxins, they build up and, well, you know the rest. http://www.thelavendercat.com/generic.html?pid=10