Ready to fire a bisque. Disappointingly I haven't enough for two, as was the aim, but at least work is drying fast enough now.
Doctor's surgery first thing today, confirming that the lurgy has developed a secondary infection .
Bleeurgh indeed. Now on antibiotics, which I don't like but needs must.
So today has been taken at a gentle pace.
I added the side handle knobs to the shaving mugs before a little light gardening- the rasberry canes have been tidied and tied into the wires. They do catch the wind, but it also means that I can walk past them without fear of attack! These varieties are very prickly!!
Mountain Man is still digging, despite his back aching-his concession is at least to do less! There isn't a lot more needing to be dug, thankfully!
In the afternoon I finished packing the kiln and cleaned up the wareboards ready for the next throwing session. There are plans afoot for the end of May and I'll need more stock.
The weather was still bright and sunny, the clouds now moving faster in the breeze. It has been about ten degrees cooler than yesterday!! Hopefully we will have rain overnight as my garden needs it!