July 2, 2009

Happy 4th of July From Georgia!!!

Hi everyone!..Sorry I haven't been on here this week!!!...I have been sick since last Saturday with body aches and just feeling lousy...I was thinking I had caught something, but I just started a new blood pressure medicine on Friday and we think it might be it...I've been taking ibuprofen all week for the aches...I did get 27 emails answered this evening except for a few...

I did get some projects accomplished this week, but the pics will have to wait til next week...We're spending time with Tim's side tomorrow night and my side on Saturday...So it will be a full weekend!!

I plan on doing my first tutorial next week on the plates I painted after numerous request and emails....So check back!!!
In the meantime I'm going to share some pottery I got this week...It's the two little pieces in the candle box...Along with some Georgia peaches!!!...YUM!!!...YUM!!!

Both for $5.99

The butter crock....Ok, sit down...for $5.00...It's heavy, too...

And then Taylor brought me back a piece of pottery from her trip to Charleston when she went with some friends to celebrate her 19th birthday.

So I hope everyone has a happy and safe 4th of July!!!...~~hugs,Jen


~Judy~ said...

Happy 4th to you from Maryland! Great new pieces of pottery. I am anxious to see how you did the Faux redware plate. Feel better!

hugs, Judy

Robby said...

Love the pottery pieces....and the peaches!!!! When we were in Georgia last year we stopped at a big fruit stand and they had them...oh and Jill took me to a fruit and vegie stand too. I wish I was there again.

Glad your headaches have stopped. Nothing worse than a headache.

Oh can't wait to see the tutorial on the faux redware!!!!

Have a safe weekend.

•♦•©The Olde Weeping Cedar •♦• said...

Love your pottery pieces, Jen!
Hope you're feeling better...Have a Happy, Fun and Safe 4th of July!


basketsnprims said...

I hope you get feeling better so you can enjoy time with family. Love, love the pottery pieces. Have a happy 4th.

Sherie said...

Hey Jen, love the pottery pieces especially the butter crock. I hope you have a wonderful Fourth with your family. Sherie

Something Nice and Pretty said...

Love the pottery and all the blues:) The peaches looks so good!!!
Hope you are feeling better today, nothing worse when you just want to enjoy the weekend.
I'm anxious too to see the tutorial about the redware!!!

Linda - Behind My Red Door said...

Hi Jen,

Sure hope you feel better for your trip and the 4th.

Love the new potter. It looks so nice in your home. The perfect colors!!

Have a wonderful weekend! hugs, Linda

Holly Hills Primitives said...

Happy 4th of July from Michigan! Hope you are feeling lots better. That pottery is wonderful and perfect for your home. I can't believe the price of the piece that says "butter"! Those Georgia peaches sure look yummy! Have a great weekend, Dawn

Valley Primitives Gift Shoppe said...

Jen -
I hope you are feeling much better soon! Have a great weekend with your family!

Janene said...

I am sorry to hear that you have not been feeling well. I missed your posts!
Your new pottery pieces are great! And what an awesome price!
Have a wonderful 4th of July!

Anne said...

Hope you continue on the road to recovery...cant wait for the tutorial...you may have started the next craze in prim crafting!!!
have a great and safe 4th!!

Dawn Buie said...

I love you new goodies Jen.. Glad to hear your feeling better! I will be checking out your tutorial on your plates! I can't wait!

Never So Simple said...

Glad you are feeling better. I love your new pottery. Can you tell me where did you get those cute little crocks on top of that little cabinet in the back ground. I absolutely love them!


Susannah said...

Hi Jen...I have been missing you! Hope you feel a whole lot better.

Your new pottery pieces are gorgeous.

"Happy 4th" from the Finger Lakes in New York.


Anonymous said...

Love your blue pottery~your display is so pretty! Don't you just love it when your children think of you in such a lovely way?!
Those peaches look wonderful too! Enjoy the fourth with your family and I hope you are feeling better very soon! Warm regards~Kathy

bittersweet said...

Just found you blog and really enjoy looking at all you do and your lovely home.
I am also from TN. middle, not far from Murfresboro(Spencer)and sure miss it, but Ohio is good too.

Sorry about your headaches, they can be a real bummer. Hope they are much better.

Love your faux redware(i collect it)can't wait to see how you did the plate.

Your pottery is also great. I know you must enjoy all of it.

Hope you had a great firecracker day.

My Colonial Home said...

First let me say the peaches are making me drool! lol
A couple summers ago we went to Myrtle Beach and passed through GA and bought some fresh peaches at a huge farm and we ate them along the way...oh to have more of those wonderful peaches.

Love the pottery!


carolyn@simple~primitive~devotion said...

Very nice! Love that pottery!

P.S. My blog name has changed, but if you pay me a visit, I hope you will remember me and add me to your blog list again.

kathy said...

Really love your new pottery, very pretty and perfect for your home!! Sorry it's HOT down there :-)
Can't wait til our peaches come into the stores, love them!