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Large Hole Beads on Etsy


Hi! I put two new large hole beads up on etsy - one is a teal bead with silvered ivory swirls, etched, and the other is a really pretty pink from Bullseye - it's an oddlot, so there's not a whole lot of that glass around, if you like pink!

If you have noticed the time and temperature setting to the right of my blog paragraphs, you will see that we here in Pittsburgh are getting a bit of a much-welcomed cold front moving in. I certainly appreciate it - sitting in front of a 940 degree kiln while using a torch makes for a hot work session. Having my basement a little bit cooler is great! Although I'll be complaining in the winter, when it's really cold down there. That's why I love fall so much - the temperatures are so great! Now, if we could only get some rain - I mean real rain! We had a little bit today, but not nearly enough to turn my backyard green again!

How did my kid get strep throat already? He was only in school for 5 days, and he missed today and will miss tomorrow because he has strep throat. I figured we'd have a month or two before the illnesses started - hmph!

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