Have been trying to get a blog up for a week now and it is just not in the cards!
Easter has come and gone, the wreath still hangs on the house (as predicted) and the big kitchen clock is still on winter time, unable or unwilling to lug the ladder in and change it. I might just leave it that way and call it Miller Time.
No pictures of fab Easter Dinner, this year we opted for the traditional Easter foccia bread and beer. It was fab! The big ass ham from the grass fed, sustainable, happy pig who had 5 bad minutes in his entire life, will be pulled out of the freezer on Friday as Miller girls are headed home for feasting and rugby. Yes, for some the buzzards return to Hinkley, geese return to familiar lakes, ponds or traffic islands in the middle of the freeway to nest but for the Miller girls, well it's Prom on the Pitch at Kent State. Rugby women from the four corners of the U. S. will fly, drive or crawl to the field of KSU. These durable women will run around the field in cleats, scrum caps and old prom dresses, the bigger the butt bow the better, whilst tackling each other and praying for beer. Hoping Kylie Wylie shows up in her pearls this year! The festivities will be endless and I hope to post pictures of these robust women in their finest form! These are the little girls we took to ballet and told them NO when they cried for Lee Press On Nails. The little girls who had to have earrings to match their nail polish and ruby slippers. Brings a tear to my eye......... not!
These are woman who are not going to Martha Stewart but instead going to
A tampon blow gun! Martha Stewart are you listening?
Really hope they bring these as we are camping in the primitive areas on our way to the St Croix Potter's Tour in May this year!
Meanwhile back at the ranch.........
the wheel has been at warp speed.
All these are now in the bisque kiln, temps dropping as I pound away on this keyboard.
AND....... support your local library! Our book sale starts April 4th.
I LOVE the library! I still live in this house because I can walk to the library!
Two mugs, a handmade basket and box of herb tea from your local potter.
Now go take out or even better, buy a used book at the book sale and support the library!