Monday, September 1, 2008

I'm a little teapot (Part II)


One of the pieces I just got back from my competition entry was the "I'm a little teapot" necklace. I've made a few of these now, different sizes and one as a charm for a bracelet. All those lovely cups of tea, that I just hate.

I know, I've written about tea before in this blog but ......as I was reading the local paper, I then saw this lovely little Pickles cartoon - so knew I had to share it!!


Pickles Cartoon for 08/29/2008

7 comments:

Half an Acre said...

I'm trying to subscibe to your blog and add it to 'my yahoo' but it says that it can't add the feed - do you know any reason why it might not? i'm still in the dark about rss feeds!
just sent a link to your blog to a great friend of mine who has a kiln and is very interested to hear about bronze clay too!

Ruth said...

I just tried the yahoo rss and it worked.....maybe it was just a bad time! Try it again and let me know. I'm not that up with RSS feeds either...but I'll try and find out what the problem is if there is still a problem.
Thanks for linking me. :-D

Marian said...

You dont like tea?? why?? I dont care if you are english... I mean, the association is a bit of a myth too right, not like tea grows in England... the chinesse/japanesse/asians in general were drinking tea long before.
Must be like when people find out Im Argentinean and expect me to be ready to dance a tango at any moment... and then they are surprised when I say that I dont know how to dance tango, not so easy and not for everyone. SHOCK!

I like tea... I actually drink a special kind of tea from southamerica, quite bitter, not drunk in a cup but in a gourd...

Anyway, your teapots are beautiful! I like te little details!

Chocolate and Steel said...

that cartoon was funny. My son loves that song too. Maybe I should teach him some new songs:)

Ruth said...

Hope you've managed to subscribe to the blog Anna. Let me know if it hasn't worked.

Ruth said...

Marian - what! No tango!!!!??? I know, it's funny how we have these expectations of people from certain countries! I always say that my not liking tea was why I had to leave England in the first place! Just too much for me - or actually them. They threw me out!!

Ruth said...

Christine - I hope he keeps singing it for a while yet. Plenty of time for other songs later....
Hope mummy is coping with her boy going to school...??