Monday, September 24, 2012

More pottery delivered to the PolkaDot

Dragonfly necklaces.
On Friday, my wife delivered some more pottery to PolkaDot, a shop over on 1577 S. Pearl Street (Denver, Colorado). Among the items delivered were these three dragonfly necklaces. I understand that these are going to be displayed immediately. (The coffee mugs are not going to be displayed for a few more days--I will post pictures of them next week.)

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

First peek of September kiln firing

The inside of the coffee mugs.
Nice coffee mugs.
Pet Urns.
Here is a first peek at the most recent glaze firing. The coffee mugs are going to be sent to PolkaDot, a local shop. The pet urns will go to Pet's Paradise, or perhaps Etsy--camera boy is not sure.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Rocky Mountain Dock Dogs

The other day, my wife donated one of her dog paw bowls to the local Dock Dog chapter, Rocky Mountain Dock Dogs. The bowl will be part of their fund raising events. Talking to the lady who came by to pick up the bowl, I learned a little about this particular sport. Let's be honest, I didn't even realize that there was such a sport in the first place. One of the things that surprised me was how expensive it was to haul the dock around, which is why we have a local Dock Dog chapter here in this state.

And Rocky Mountain Dock Dogs will be at Broomfield Days, their fourth time there, on September 15th and 16th, 2012.

If you would like one of Toni's dog paw bowls, she sells them on Etsy, in her Celtic Soul Jewelry and Pottery shop.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Free for today only (ebook collection of short stories)

Shakespeare's Monkey
Morgan here--the person who does all the photography--as you may or may not know, I am also a writer. And this is a bit of shameless self-promotion.

Today (well technically until Friday September 14, 2012), you can get a free copy of my ebook Shakespeare's Monkey when you enter coupon code EX49A at the checkout. Why free today? Well, one of the stories contained in this volume was based on 9/11--apologizes to the dozen people that I blended together to create the characters (it was creative license)--and today is as good of a day to share that piece of fiction as any other.