But now in a web redemption worthy of Tosh.0, I present the pottery pictures:
First up, Martha's:
Next up is Amy's plate:
It was a simple design that turned out great--the colors are great, despite what the photos may suggest, and Amy did a great job.
Mo did this little lop-sided bowl with a very interesting shape.
The tall side.
A view down into the inside with perfect polka dots. I love it!
Rob stressed and labored over a mug. It turned out great, but she was full of angst the entire time. Bless her little heart.
Hailey chose another interestingly-shaped bowl to hold her keys. I donated some of my distinctive keys to the project as models.
Becky did a vase for her new kindergarten classroom in Middletown school colors.
The project I worked on that day was an anniversary present for my moma and the Popster.
But my moma of course pretended that it was perfect. Additionally to clarify, though they appeared in the blog in reverse order, I painted and presented my pottery to the olds before those little upstarts gave my moma pottery for her birthday.
And that, imaginary readers, is how we whiled away a delightful afternoon of Beckypalooza way back in June.