Beverly at "How Sweet the Sound" is hosting Pink Saturday and there are over fifty people celebrating!
This clay flower was made by my great grandmother. She left a very comfortable life in England and ended up living alone in a small log cabin in the Canadian wilderness with five kids. It was not an easy life. She built a kiln herself and would make things like this or plates, little frogs etc. I admire that even though life tried to knock her over, she didn't give up on it.
This little flower is also special to me because the women on my mother's side of the family were all either musicians, painters, potters or artists of some kind all the way back to the 1700's. I feel that they left me a heritage, that we have much in common, and if we were all in the same room I think we'd find each other to be kindred spirits.