We're back. After having been locked out of our blogs for numerous months we have miraculously found our way back to the dashboard. It's been a frustrating few months lost in cyberspace. Stay tuned for an update on the current state of the union of nbWorldwide.
At nancyandburt worldwide our goal is to command the world pottery market and spread the joy of our pottery throughout the universe. We are proud participants in the international pottery conspiracy and encourage everyone to make pots instead of war.
cars, clay, bicycles, studio, stored booth, assorted boxes of junk.
Sunday, January 27. Jonah washed the car yesterday. We were shocked, we were amazed, we were very proud and excited.
to do list: buy windshield washer fluid.
Tuesday, January 29.
Damn, I was at Home Depot and I forgot to buy the washer fluid!
Sunday, Feb. 3.
Slush and water on floor damaged cardboard boxes.
Thursday, Feb. 6.
The floor is wet and disgusting. Getting in and out of the garage is hazardous to cars.
Friday, Feb. 15.
Number one vehicle of the nancyandburt Worldwide fleet is loaded and ready to launch. First stop, Cleveland, Ohio vicinity. Final stop Baltimore, MD.
Vehicle number one is back in it's usual parking spot. Most of the snow and ice in the alley has melted. An empty malt liquor quart bottle was observed on the ground across from the trash. What's been going on out there?
Tomorrow is recycle and trash pickup. We are looking forward to a visit from the big green truck.
Sunday April 6.
Things are looking up in the garage. The floor is dry and we are hoping for some warmer weather to give the garage a good sweeping. Jonah was supposed to wash the car today but he was nowhere to be found.
Sunday June 1.
Not much has changed in the garage since April 6. Floor has been swept. There is still a lot of stuff that needs to be moved to some other garage.
The garden is most definitely closed for the season. There are a few brave birds and some tenacious squirrels who don't seem to want to leave no matter what. We only wish them well (as long as they stay out of our eaves and attic.)
We sadly acknowledge the passing of our garden neighbor Eleanor who left this earth several weeks ago. She spent a lot of time in her garden during the spring and summer months and we enjoyed our neighborly conversations over the years. Eleanor's back yard garden was clearly one of her favorite places to be and we know that we and the garden will miss her.
Inside the Front Porch.
Big Bag of Salt. (Removed for the summer.) Snow Shovel. (Stuck in the garage for the summer.) Basket Full of Hats. (Shoved in the closet for the summer. ) Junk Mail. (Never fails, always there. ) Flag. (Still there. )