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Under The Sea

No beads today, kids were home from school because of Good Friday. I took them to the Carnegie Science Center, to see Under The Sea, the IMAX movie. It was pretty good; it was about 45 minutes long and narrated by Jim Carrey. I have to do some laundry before I can slump another bottle or make any more beads, so hopefully tomorrow afternoon I'll start a new bottle. The reason is I can't use the clothes washer and the kiln at the same time, or I'll blow the electricity! I have a bit of a reprieve since school is also closed on Monday, so I can give them the bottle cheese tray on Tuesday! I think after the next test fire, I'll be ready to go with the real bottle. My dad had given me an almost empty bottle of Harvey's Bristol Cream (I don't even know what that is!!!) and it's a beautiful cobalt color, with a FLAT bottom, so I might use that one! I'll let you know! Have a great weekend!

We're going out tonight to KAYA for my friend Jill's and the engineer's birthday celebrations, then tomorrow to a friend's house for dinner! Sunday is with my brother's family, so it sounds like a nice weekend over all.

Auntie Kathy, I am thinking about you constantly and hope all goes well!

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SummersStudio said…
Sue, have a lovely weekend with your family. I know what a Harvey's Bristol Creme bottle looks like. The cobalt blue would look wonderful with the aqua beads on your appetizer set. Happy Easter, LeAnn

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