A special type of ‘interesting’
So the last two weeks have been that special type of ‘interesting’ which translates to lots of ups and downs. I didn’t write a post last week because one of my rabbits was very poorly and old and, sadly, had to be put to sleep last Saturday and I was in pieces as anyone with animals I’m sure can understand so I was in no state to sit down and write because, as I have mentioned, it takes a lot of brain power for me to get words down. Then this week my other bunny had to have n
My ‘Studio’ a word that I am using in the loosest term….
So for this post I am going to give you a quick guided tour of my ‘studio’. Calling where I work a studio is misleading as I don’t just have one place where I work, plus, the word ‘studio’ brings to mind a beautiful, creative space and I’m not sure that where I am currently working could be defined using any of those words! I work entirely from home for a couple of reasons – I can’t justify the expense of renting somewhere at the moment. My kiln is massive and would be a nigh
Well hello there everyone…
So here we go, finally after about a year and a half of me threatening to start a blog I have written my first post… Writing doesn’t come naturally to me as I am awesomely Dyslexic, but I have some wonderful people who will be doing a bit of proofing for me! (They don’t actually know it yet…aren’t they lucky!!!) To start off let me tell you a bit about myself to get us going and how I ended up running my small creative business. My name is Miranda Caley and I am a 28 year old