I haven't been posting in a long long time, and if any of you actually read my blog, I'm sorry. I've been working so much that normal thinks I like to do are falling off the wagon. OK, I still find time for pottery. A little time here and there. And today I played at church and since I had to play 4 new songs, it took me two days to practice, but I had a four day weekend and I worked my tail off. 

I work and I work and I work. And I sleep.
But tonight I skipped going out to dinner with Dan and friends so I could work enough to justify going to see a Sundilla concert. We heard Joe Crookston.
He was SO good. Mom and Dad came too.


I made an alcohol molecule. We had a guest come talk with my spatial thinking class today and he taught us all about isomers and had us try to build molecules. It was really educational.


My sister Sta is visiting and I asked her to help me redecorate my guest room so it would be less girly and frilly. So, we went to Target and picked some stuff out.

Scroll down for the "after" shot.

Then I returned the fluffy pillows and found two down pillows in a light blue from an antique store.


Harvest moon.


I took this photo of a large poster on the office door of a professor in my college. I printed out a copy and put it on my door too.


See how tall my kitten has become? She's still teensy, but she is long and lanky. And tall like a weasel. 


My students came over and we cut up stuff for out kits all afternoon. It was pretty neat. Very productive.


Made a couple more stick bowls today.


I do not have MS. This news comes to you after a 2.5 hour Evoked Potential test which was so painful I had to do my Lamaze breathing to get through it. I had the technician take this photo before the tests began, which is why I'm smiling. 


These were forgotten and very hard, but i trimmed them anyway.


You can't see the snake but it's there. We saw it slither across the oxbow lake in Tuskegee National Forest this evening. I went with two students, Dan, and a friend to look at critters at night.


I remember when I took this picture. I'd gotten out of the shower and put my hair in rollers to keep it "done" with all the humidity of the South, and not wanting my dress to get torn up by my cat, put on a swimsuit coverup. I looked at myself and thought, "housedress. I'm wearing a zip up housedress and my hair is in curlers." It was quite a shocker to understand my grandmother.