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  • Annie Fawn
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    Originally posted by ~pathwalker~
    Cant you control the climate around your studio? It seems like you would be able to take care of that problem somehow. Do you have a shop too or what?
    If I had a big building and could pour in a specially built room I might could. But I have 1 of those 2 story barns from Classic Manor builders like they sale at Home Depot. We had it built across the driveway from the house in the side yard, it's 16 x 26 feet, we insultated it and put in sheetrock, 2 gas heaters and 2 ceiling fans. Downstairs I keep my desk, paints, display shelves tables for students and kiln. Upstairs is my pouring table, cleaning table and drying shelves. I learned from watching others inventory get broken NOT to have greenware where anyone can touch it. When my greenware comes downstairs it goes in the kiln to be fired. Less breakage that way.
    I don't mind having summers free, gives me time to paint fisished pieces for display, do inventory and decide what new molds I need to order that are coming out.

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  • SingingDeer
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  • AngelFeather
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    Yes PW.. ty... had a good sweat.. LOL..

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  • ~pathwalker~
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    LOL...Maybe its just that cold you have or sumthin. Do you feel better tonight?

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  • AngelFeather
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    Originally posted by ~pathwalker~
    AF, Working from is the best??????

    LOL... Umm werking from home... sorry.. LOL DOH!!!

    now dont i feel like homer...

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  • ~pathwalker~
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    AF, Working from is the best??????

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  • AngelFeather
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    Originally posted by Annie Fawn
    I work for myself as a ceramicist. Haveing my own ceramic studio I set my own hours. I gurss you could say I am working my dream job. I love being able to walk across the driveway and be home. I can always be there when my kids need me, doing something that I love and enjoy, and seeing the product through from start to finish gives me a wonderful sense of satisfaction.
    If I disappear for awhile it will be because I'm working. Late spring and summer is my slow season because it is hard to get the liquid clay to dry and set right in the humidity here this time of year.

    awesome... sounds cool... working from is the best..

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  • ~pathwalker~
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    DUH, Not around...inside! lol...

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  • ~pathwalker~
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    Cant you control the climate around your studio? It seems like you would be able to take care of that problem somehow. Do you have a shop too or what?

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  • Annie Fawn
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    I work for myself as a ceramicist. Haveing my own ceramic studio I set my own hours. I gurss you could say I am working my dream job. I love being able to walk across the driveway and be home. I can always be there when my kids need me, doing something that I love and enjoy, and seeing the product through from start to finish gives me a wonderful sense of satisfaction.
    If I disappear for awhile it will be because I'm working. Late spring and summer is my slow season because it is hard to get the liquid clay to dry and set right in the humidity here this time of year.

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  • ~pathwalker~
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    PM me and I will tell you how they work SD.

    <a href='http://www.smileycentral.com/?partner=ZSzeb008_ZN' target='_blank'><img src='http://smileys.smileycentral.com/cat/36/36_20_6.gif' border=0></a>

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  • SingingDeer
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    Yeah that was a sad time.... not to get any mail... but I don't ever recall any of my friends getting a DJ letter... if they did they kept it to themselves.

    PW where'd you get those smilies??? I think I missed that discussion.
    Last edited by SingingDeer; 05-28-2005, 06:42 AM. Reason: typo

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  • Ndnsoldierboy
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    I've been on ship too..and mail there is kewl...You always waited for the helicopter to come in. You always knew who got mail and who didn't. People would actually get mad or cry if they didn't get mail. Its sad when you don't get mail thats for sure. Or get a Dear John letter.

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  • AngelFeather
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    Originally posted by Ndnsoldierboy
    Thinking back on all this is making me teary eyed...
    j/k The good ole days indeed.

    LOL... no kidding eh....

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  • lakota_mami303
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    I get on at work. I work as a medical records file clerk...so yea sumtimes or actually alot of the time it gets slow...and i get boored!! BUT i like my job cuz its payin my bills. i dont kno wat job i'd rather have...this job is a pretty good cuz i get full benefits and also retirement...so hmm i guess im happy...

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