Ooh I’m living!
I actually wanna scream because of how cute this is
Nathan never fails to make my day ❤️🌹
@catarm16 and I spent our morning in a cute af community garden so we could save some sad looking jalapeños and cukes! Giddy from digging in the dirt all morning.
MY MOM ADOPTED A PIG AND IM SO HAPPY
It’s been quite the fall-like week and I approve.
This post has been brewing in my mind for the past couple days. First off, I would like to say I am so inspired by the amazing amount of support that is generating from clay people around the world when victim’s share their stories of sexual assault in the ceramic community. Unfortunately, the ceramics community can have the sense of being “a boys club” and it can be difficult as a woman to squeeze yourself in. I’m sure that every woman in this community had had their run-in with men who don’t believe that they can accomplish the same amount of things. I can remember being 18, stacking wood for a wood firing, and having a man that I had just met that day look me in the face and tell me I wasn’t strong enough to lift wood (I was, and I did). I’ve heard comments about not being strong enough to put kiln shelves in the back of my soda kiln (I am, and I do). I’ve heard my fellow women studio mates to “Be quiet, are you always like THIS?” By a man at a ceramics conference. Even more horrendously, when the words turn to actions. This is why we need to band together, women and men, against people who feel like they can do this to other members of our community. We need to stand for sexual assault survivors, believe them, and take action. To all the men in the ceramics community that have stood up for me and all of us in the past or now: thank you. We appreciate you more than you know. To survivors: we are here for you. We believe in you. Thank you for being so brave ❤️ #fucksexualassault #standforeachother #thismuststop #throwlikeagirl #ceramics
Family portrait with the bin ❤️ I love this guy so much. Thank you for being the best.
Coffee with @ashleywaltz_ 💕