Tuesday, 21 April 2009

Feeling Crock

I've been feeling a bit Crock since Saturday but I soldiered on through the day
but only made 25 coffee cups.
I should have come home and gone straight to bed but we had a dinner party to go to in Barrington with some friends, a very few beers later and( I mean only a few)
it was 1am before we left.
on the Sunday I managed to get to the workshop for 12 noon and unload the bisc firing and glaze all the pots and re load the kiln. but you can tell how bad I was feeling it took me until 5pm
It's only a small kiln 10 cuft.
Monday, I only managed two hours in the workshop before coming home to bed just to rest.
This morning I'm feeling a bit better but know where near 100% closer to 60%.
But I did manage to go to the workshop and unload the glaze firing this morning
which is where this small jug came from.
This is the new Ash Glaze, so that's cheered me up.
and the blossom is coming out on the apple trees opposite the workshop

Nature can be a wonderful thing.
The weather has been great and I have so many pots to make at the moment.
I wish I knew what was wrong with me, it feels a bit like a chest infection
but even in this great weather I keep feeling frozen and very tired.

I'VE GOT TO MUCH I WANT TO DO TO FEEL CROCK !!
AARRRGGGGGHHHHHH !!!!!!!

3 comments:

Peter said...

Sounds like you should take note of what your poor body is telling you and take some rest. Probably should also see a doctor if you think there is a chest infection. Feeling cold could mean that you are feverish!

Lovely blossom on the trees, and nice work from the kiln. Hope you are better soon. P.

ang said...

take it easy big boy i hear delirium kicking in..i'm sure i remember some very funny posts last year due to a v. nasty bug...it made for some good reading though..cheers but lovely jug congrats mr ash glazer

Danielle Bradley said...

Sounds like you should take note of what your poor body is telling you and take some rest. Probably should also see a doctor if you think there is a chest infection. Feeling cold could mean that you are feverish! Lovely blossom on the trees, and nice work from the kiln. Hope you are better soon. P.

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