Sue Beach on sat 20 mar 04
I'm back from my one day at NCECA (Thursday) and it was a good time. We got a
room for Thursday night (last minute) but had to head home Friday morning, so
couldn't stay for the Mug Exchange.
It was great to meet people and put faces with the personalities on ClayArt.
The mugs for the exchange were really wonderful. Merrie B. had plenty of
ClayArt t-shirts. Mel dispensed Red Dots to make each ClayArter official.
Joyce did a wonderful job with the ClayArt room. John H. and Russel F. gave a
presentation Thursday evening on ways to photograph our pottery that was very
helpful. Lisa S. arranged for Subway food and she will probably tell the whole
saga of that. And I know there was more, but my brain still hasn't processed it
My husband, Ron, and I had a great time and came home exhausted and with bags of
new tools, new posters, freebies, etc. And my brain is full of new ideas and
I'm eager to get back out in the pottery (goodbye doldrums).
We took some pictures (that I haven't looked at yet) and I'd be willing to post
them on-line somewhere if someone can recommend a free web space that I can do
I'm sure the others will be returning and posting their experiences soon. Glad
I got to drop in on the festivities. It was nice to meet all y'all.
where it it a typical March day. First it is sunny, then it rains, then the sun
shines again, then the rain comes back. I wish it would clear up and get a
little warmer. I have 200 1 year old trees in my workshop that need to be
planted. Wonder how long they will be ok in the paper sack they were shipped in.
Lee Love on sun 21 mar 04
Sue Beach wrote:
>We took some pictures (that I haven't looked at yet) and I'd be willing to post
>them on-line somewhere if someone can recommend a free web space that I can do
Hi Sue. I've been using http://photobucket.com But you should look
at Merrie's place too: http://www.fotki.com/
Photobucket is very simple but Fotki allows comments and other features.
Lee in Mashiko, Japan
"It seems to me what you lose in mystery you gain in
awe" -- Francis Crick