Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Merry Christmas to all ...


... and that includes everyone who is a regular visitor to this blog, those who are not but might be, and those who stumble upon us by hitting the "next blog" link up at the top of the screen. We've been at least stumbled upon by people all over the world and that's one of the best things about this blogging thing. You don't know who will see you or who will become your friend. And we've become friends with potters and lovers of pottery from North Carolina to Scotland, Taiwan to Texas, Virginia to Devon, Somerset to Brewster to Barcelona to Utah to Seattle. We love that.
Happy Christmas, all, from Hollis and Dee at Hatchville Pottery on Cape Cod.

12 comments:

Craig Edwards said...

Yes.. Merry Christmas Hollis.. from the snowy Midwest to the snowy Northeast!! Keep Making good pots!!

Hollis Engley said...

Going out to do that right now, in fact. Merry Christmas, Craig.

cookingwithgas said...

Merry Christmas and keep writing we are reading.
And keep making thise great pots we are watching...
I feel like santa now.
So be good and may all your dreams come true.

traceybroome@mindspring.com said...

What a beautiful photo! Have a great Christmas up that way!!! The bloggers are great aren't they?!

Hollis Engley said...

Thanks, guys. If we all keep making pots, we'll all stay out of bigger trouble.

ang said...

true!!

ladyofclay said...

Glad to hear you had a good turn out and good sales.
The pots look wonderful ! Wish I could have come too. Have a Merry Christmas !
Colleen

Amy said...

It's fun keeping up with your blog and pottery--- your yunomis are my favorites. I really like the pic; now that would be a gorgeous one to frame and put on the wall. Merry Christmas!

traceybroome@mindspring.com said...

Gerry finally got around to using the cup you sent this week (couldn't get it away from me) and he commented on how much he liked using it. He said he liked the way if felt in his hand. So now I guess we will be scrambling to see who gets it first!

Hollis Engley said...

Thanks, all. I'm off to do the last of the Christmas shopping, after trimming feet on 20 new bowls. Gotta keep working ...
Gerry needs his own teabowl, Tracey. We can't have you two fighting....

mengley said...

Right back atcha Dad. It's clear, cold and sunny here in Seattle and we're heading off to have an adopted Swedish smorgasbord dinner with some friends from the K9 team. Talk to you tomorrow.

Hollis Engley said...

Sounds delicious, Marco. We had gravlax tonight, in fact. We'll be off to the grandparents' around 10 a.m. and we'll be there for the next few hours. Mom's got her cell. Call when you can.