My clay is here!

Yesterday I drove to Portland, Maine to pick up my order of clay and a few other supplies to get me going.  What should have been an easy hour and 7 minute drive (according to GPS) ended up taking a frustrating hour and 40 minutes!  That GPS had me driving all over tarnation once I got into Portland.  I was wanting to find Washington Avenue, but that road literally did not exist!  So, I pulled into a gas station to fill up and ask for directions.  It turned out that I was in South Portland and need to be in just plain Portland.  I definitely plugged in just plain Portland into the GPS too, so I don’t know what it was doing.  As helpful as GPS is, sometimes it really does have a mind of its own!

I realize I am going to have to make a few orders over the next month or so to afford what I need.  In this order, however, I brought home 300 pounds of B-Mix clay, a dozen 12″ plastic bats, and standard calipers.  I watched the guy, with a big smile on my face, as he loaded my clay into the back of my car!  It was an exciting moment and I am hoping to sit down at my wheel for the first time this Thursday!

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  • Gramma V

    Good morning, Arryn,

    So happy for you to get your creative mind and hands in action 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Gramma V

    Good morning, Arryn,

    So happy for you to get your creative mind and hands in action 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Andrew

    Hurray for finally having clay! I can’t wait to see all your awesome ideas come together 😀ReplyCancel

  • Andrew

    Hurray for finally having clay! I can’t wait to see all your awesome ideas come together 😀ReplyCancel

  • Those dang GPS’s! and I bet it took you a while to unload that clay!

    Can’t wait to see your beautiful creations!ReplyCancel

  • Those dang GPS’s! and I bet it took you a while to unload that clay!

    Can’t wait to see your beautiful creations!ReplyCancel

  • sounds like an adventure but exciting too! looking forward to seeing what you make!ReplyCancel

  • sounds like an adventure but exciting too! looking forward to seeing what you make!ReplyCancel

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