And this was my first attempt in many years of pulling the handle on the mug:
^ Not bad, hey? Might need a bit more practice. Pulling handles isn't my favourite thing in world!
Below is my trusty kiln. It's seen better days, but still works fine. I really need a bigger kiln though.
Well, that's it for now. Sorry, I know it's not much of an update.
I guess I should add, I really love living in the Riverland. I've only been here for a couple of months, but already feel quite at home. I love the people, the scenery, the bird life, the peacefulness, the food, the festivals, the markets and the people! The people get a double mention, because they're so lovely! So many beautiful people have come into my life since moving up here. I feel very blessed! I'm going to be introducing children to clay in 4 schools in the coming weeks. I'm helping set up the Loxton lights for Christmas. I can't wait to see the display once it's up! It is definitely a great time to visit and I'd love to see you! :)
I'll try and update this more regularly.
For anyone in the know - I've just started the Christmas biscuit cook-off! ;)