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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Judging a book by it's cover

I picked up this book at a very cool bookstore in Hillsborough Friday with my pal Laura, and I totally picked it for the title and the cover. The Dirty Life, perfect, and look at the red barn!!! Turns out the book is as good as it's cover, it's about living and working on a farm and feeding people good locally grown fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy. I have a hard time putting it down to get anything else done. I had big plans for working uninterrupted in the studio today, but it was so beautiful outside that Wesley and I went over to the UNC campus and walked around then went to the Davis Library, seven floors of books, unbelievable books, heaven! Then lunch on Franklin St, then a trip to Trader Joes for Super Bowl snacks and we got some Girl Scout cookies. So, no pottery, but I did get my kiln loaded and it's ready to go for tomorrow and I have a Raku planned for this week, so there will be plenty to do. Meanwhile I am going to enjoy the rest of this lazy day with my book and a cup of tea.
My neighbor loaned me this CD, not sure I like it yet, but I love the artwork!

9 comments:

cookingwithgas said...

Oh- I had a cup of tea this after noon and everytime I do I think about you.
I hope you took out some stock in that Chia tea.
We took part of the day off- lunch and walking through downtown Asheboro- in and out of the Antique shops downtown... one of my favorite ways to waste a day!

Tracey Broome said...

M, I love those shops in Asheboro, the antique mall downtown has some great stuff!

Kings Creek Pottery said...

Girl, you are on fire! Now even books are being written for you ;)

Sounds like a great day with your daughter...doesn't get much better than that!

Tracey Broome said...

Welllll, I don't know about that, but it is a cool cover isn't it? Great book too, I can't put it down. wish I could come up with a red that great for terra sig!

Lori Buff said...

I will have to look for that book, it looks & sounds like something I'd enjoy reading. Thanks

Tracey Broome said...

Lori, it's great, I can't put it down!!

Laura said...

YAY! Glad the book is good. There's hardly anything I enjoy more than a book that totally sweeps me off my feet. xo

Tracey Broome said...

hey Laura, the book is great, thanks for turning me on to that adorable bookstore! Had a bunch of fun with you on Friday!

cookingwithgas said...

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and next time let's go through the Antique mall- I love it there!