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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

mid week.....

Good day in the studio today. I woke up to several orders in my inbox, from blog readers, thank you very much! I have the sheep and stars made, I'll probably fire the kiln at the end of the week. I have about 15 houses made and several to put together tomorrow. Thank you Jesus for this warm weather!!
Does any one object to me using the word "Jesus".........

28 comments:

cookingwithgas said...

no, and I will stop there....

cookingwithgas said...

But wait! I love that house! Now I will stop!

Tracey Broome said...

yeah the house is very cool, I'm excited!

Dennis Allen said...

God no.

Kevin Carter said...

Hell no.
I'm "moderately confidant" no-one will object.
(Urban Dictionary - *snort!*)

Anna M. Branner said...

Sheep??

JUDI TAVILL said...

So... I was hoping to grab my (deceased)grandma's SHALIMAR perfume bottle from my mother... but alas.... she could not part with it... SO.... I still have to think about what I can have you create a home for.... any Buddhas on your agenda?

Tracey Broome said...

This is the weirdest bunch of comments I have ever seen, hahahahaha!!!! You guys crack me up!
Yes, Judi Buddha :)

Tracey Broome said...

This is the weirdest bunch of comments I have ever seen, hahahahaha!!!! You guys crack me up!
Yes, Judi Buddha :)

Michèle Hastings said...

i thought of a few sacrilegious comments but my catholic upbringing guiltily made me delete them.

nice house!

angela walford said...

pfffft!!! bloody urban dictionary, how up to date is that thing, hey???? we'll be quoting wikipedia nxt!!!!

angela walford said...

what we need nxt is some nudi pics, get some peeps excited....hehehehheehhehhehehehhe :P

angela walford said...

oooops did i say that out loud!?

Joe Troncale said...

Language is like a flag. (I said fLag, mind you...) The same words and flags mean different things to different people. Enough said.
Anyway, you make beautiful clay homes. Thanks for sharing.

Kings Creek Pottery said...

Hell, no.

Pretty fancy photo app you're using these days~ like it!

Tracey Broome said...

Oh yeah, naked pics, that will help me out a lot Ang! As far as I can tell, the meanings of words change daily,so who is checking the urban dictionary anyway.
Oh Michele, you poor catholics, so much guilt!
Hey Joe thanks, glad you like my little houses and thanks for watching your language haha!
Hey Kathy, the app thing is soooo fun! Makes me feel all creative :)

Susan Wells said...

I like this warm weather too! Yeeee Haw! Let's make more things outta clay!

Tracey Broome said...

YEEEEE HAWWWWWW :))

smartcat said...

Dog knows! Cool and I mean really cool house.....it has secrets to tell...or not!

sheapottery said...

you all were right on when you mocked me for the Urban Dictionary thing. It was lame. No excuses there.

What I should say is this:

Are there positive uses of the word "Fag"? Please share some examples. Sure it used to be used for stick and can be used for cigarette, but can it be used in a positive way to reference a person or an action?

I'd love it if the meaning of that word changed into something positive.

When I hear the word "Fag", I think of 2 things:

1. Hearing it shouted at me as people I grew up with drove by and threw a rock at my head. (in the dim dark days of my youth)

2. Hearing a kid say "Fag, if you come near me I will split your head open" to another kid on the bus a month ago.



When I hear "Jesus" I think of someone who advocated love, tolerance, compassion and understanding.

Which word do you think is more offensive?

Tracey Broome said...

Well, if you will go back and read this post http://www.tsbroome.blogspot.com/2012_01_01_archive.html#4498991941792430831
you will see that you have taken this whole thing completely out of context and you are using my blog for your own personal agenda. I'm sorry it struck an unhappy nerve, the WHOLE fucking point of my post was how uncomfortable I am talking about my work and you are going off about a three letter word, that was not EVEN used in the context you are putting it in.
Yep, we all had fucked up childhoods, I was made fun of for the way I dressed, for my dad's drinking, for my spaced out mind, blah, blah, blah... but you pick yourself up and get on with it.
and by the way, they NAILED Jesus to a cross for his love, tolerance and understanding.
I appreciate your concern for this word, but honest to God, this is being blown way out of proportion from what my post was really all about......

cindy shake said...

21 comments and I just woke up... holy cow girl.

It's too early, I thought my word verification said mormenns but it was monmenns!

cookingwithgas said...

this is better than any party I have been to in a long time, funny insightful and tolerance. Those are the things that get us all through.
Humor, love and a bit of peace- deep breaths and all that.
Make pots not war.

Tracey Broome said...

oh great Cindy, now we are going to talk about the mormans! Yes, M. peace ya'll !!!!

Ron said...

Good grief, my blog is incredibly boring compared to this. Tracey has anyone crowned you as the Blogger Queen yet? I think that ceremony is in order.

Tracey Broome said...

All you gotta do is use a politically incorrect word apparently haha!!! No, I don't wanna be a queen, but thanks for the offer :)

angela walford said...

bahahaha!

Scott Garrett said...

This is way too funny! I'm only sorry I've turned up too late for the party.
This blog is a one stop shop!!

Nice going Tracey and I'm really happy you re-visited it for one last comment, you deserved that.

erm... peace.