Blueberries are coming into season around West Michigan. I have heard of friends consuming over 50 pounds during a month’s time. Personally, I like them frozen, added to my morning yogurt. We have several berry bowls with matching plates that work great in your refrigerator or on your counter. I think having them easily available increases the chance that you and your family will eat them throughout the day.
I hurried into the gallery today to roll out clay slabs for our children’s class this afternoon. I think they are going to enjoy the project with Jaclyn today – Clay Animal candle holders. We will continue to offer a variety of classes through mid-August. Please go to our website, c2cgallery.com, or our facebook page and pull down the classes tab, Facebook.com/c2cgallery, for more information.
Yesterday, I fired my gas kiln. It was so hot in there! I would hurriedly check the kiln, make adjustments. I bet I wasn’t in my kiln shed for more than 3 minutes at a time, but would be dripping in sweat by the time I headed back into the air conditioning. Today, the kiln is cooling and still over 1000 degrees. I may have to wait until Saturday to unload it. My daughter, Camille, will be in town on Friday evening. She plans to begin painting her Artwalk entry next week – a mural on the outside back gallery wall. Stop down and watch her progress later in the week. I am looking for one additional Artwalk artist. If you know anyone, please pass the word.
Try to stay cool, c.