Yesterday I got a lot of my throwing and trim tools unpacked and hung up, and the rest of the day was spent on grocery shopping, garden chores and cooking. I'll try to continue this project right after lunch if it's not too hot in there.
We're in a major heat wave (expecting mid to high 90's all week), so studio time has been mainly limited to early morning with the garage doors partly open, which really helps.We're also leaving them open a tad at night which makes the garage nice and cool in the morning.
The electrician came at 7 o'clock last night, but only had a few minutes to spare, so we had him hang the dining room chandelier; but he promised to come next Wednesday with a helper and finish everything else.
After morning hand watering and re-arranging a lot of the planters , I ordered some food items on line. No stores here sell Open Pit Barbecue sauce, which is my favorite for some recipes. I was able to get it on Amazon.com, as well as ordering some of my Thai ingredients to replace those I gave away when we moved.
The plumber won't be able to get here until next week to hook up the small gas kiln, and the handyman can't come till Wednesday or Thursday to hang the extruder and finish the rest of the jobs. Now I need to look up some heating/cooling companies to see if we can tap into the house system to cool and heat the garage.
I got all the dinner prep done for our Pasta Puttanesca dinner, before breakfast, so dinner will only take me about 10-15 minutes. Our local, monthly, glaze club meeting is tonight and I'd really love to go if I'm not too wiped.