Crossfit is not your typical gym though. They have scheduled classes with short, intense workouts. Yesterday we did squats, kettle bells, pushups, lunges and something called burpees. Doesn't sound like much, but we were supposed to do as many as we possibly could of each of these exercises in four minutes. So the total work out only lasted 20-25 minutes, but everyone was laid out on the floor after it was all said and done. And on top of all that, I chipped my tooth with a weight bar.
I am a strange kind of sore today; my muscles hurt a bit, but they are more tired than anything. It was good though. I am going again tomorrow.
On the clay front, I was accepted to a couple art fairs last week, which is cool. I was kind of worried about getting accepted to shows for a little bit, so getting into even these two shows is a nice little validation of what I am doing. I still have to apply to shows for later in the year though, so I have yet to see what will happen with those.
The wife and I are also planning a home show type thing in the next month or so. We have a lot of work to do to get ready for that on top of making enough inventory to cover everything.
And finally, here are a few pictures so this post isn't so dry. This is all stuff that came out of the last load, I think. I just haven't put any of them up here yet. Most of these and more are on my Etsy page.
|Skull butter dish. Someone asked if I could make one of these, so I did.|
|Bird and magnolia butter dish|
|The "Baa Baa" cup|
|Raven wine set|
-Rob, Simple Circle Studios