I mean it's sort of the same, but kinda different.
I decided that if I'm going to be making all these bowls, it's better to make big bowls than little bowls.
You know, to make it worth my while.
I small bowl I can sell for like five or six bucks.
A big bowl, maybe ten or twenty.
Now let's see: five dollars or twenty dollars?
Okay, I'm sold!
Big bowls it is.
Well, not that big:
Let's just say they are bigger.
Than the other bowls I made.
I gotta say, I'm getting pretty good at this bowl making thing.
Sort of got down to a system, or better yet a technique.
Jedi Skilz coming back on line!
Took me about ten bowls to get there but it's like riding a bicycle!
Don't you know.
Anyways, I got like sixteen bowls and this all the clay I got left:
Oh yeah, I forgot about them four planter thingys.
Anyways, I figure I can get about ten bowls out of one 25lbs bag of clay.
More if I make them smaller but I'm going for the Big Score(BS)!
So I'll need me some bags of clay!
Looks like I'll be going to the clay place tomorrow to stock up for the weekend.
I already did:
I stopped by the clay place before I went to the police place the other day.
Still, I'm not sure that one bag is going to tide me over till Tuesday.
That's the name of a band!
Seriously Aimee, what is with that hair?
Anyways, I sort of ran out of them cones for the kiln too so I have to journey back over the hill into the concrete jungle of Honolulu.
I'll have to hurry back though if I want to catch le Tour.
Which, if you've been living in a cave, starts on Saturday.
I don't really follow much pro cycling, but I try to watch le Tour, if only to see other folks suffering on bicycles.
Or to see folks do super human things on bicycles.
I'm not really sure which, but I'm ready to go:
Oh yeah baby!
My personal le Tour bicycle!
Okay, not really.
I do sort of wish I had that bicycle though.
Well, except for that blue water bottle cage.