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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

its true what they say about home businesses: you can work in your jammies

I was glazing yesterday afternoon and did not finish but I like to get the glaze kiln started by 9 at the latest, because it takes 12 and a half hours to reach 2200 degrees, and I want it done before bedtime.
So this morning I quick eat the breakfast and my supposedly helpful sock monkey Georges Le Soq is like
"mon ami, I help" and I am like
"Georges, go back to bed, that would be helpful" but in he comes and he is goofing around but I finally manage to get everything done....and I look pretty glamorous doing it, don't I?????


6 comments:

Reverend Awesome said...

I used to wear my clothes for the next day to bed the night before. Saved that 3 minutes that it took in the morning to put on clothes before school. God, I was/am a trash box.

Becky Jo said...

I've glazed in my jammies before. There's no shame in it. :)

Kim Hines said...

i work in my jams all the time lol!

Professor J said...

You look a little sleepy, to be honest.

kcinnova said...

Once a week is jammies day... or at least it should be!
BTW, that is a rockin' good interview there at the bottom of the page! And I notice you are not in your jammies when interviewing. ;)

Cheryl said...

I wear jammies til I have to leave the house and actually have a pair of sock monkey pjs!! I shall have to wear them soon in honor of Georges.

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I am a part-time pottery instructor at Cornell University Pot Shop and a full-time studio potter and sculptor, married to superhawt Missus Tastycake.