Here's a link to a short video on pottery in Seagrove, NC.
Between caring and cooking for Jim and taking on his chores as well as my own, there still isn't time for the studio. I have managed to get in an hour or so of garden time two days ago and have gotten some seeds started in the house. I now have broccoli, spinach, cabbage and lettuce sprouted and started some onion seeds and Red Russian kale today.
These days my time is centered on husband, house, animal and plant care and cooking. Jim is healing, but it's a slow process. The past couple of days he's been able to do some local driving to pick up the mail and today he drove to Spruce Pine to get his hair cut; but that's pretty much the extent of what he can do. He's still sleeping in the recliner because of the pain from all those spinal fractures, so it may be another month or so for those fractures to completely heal.