Monday, October 15, 2012

Pottery classes in Mwadui

At last I've managed to schedule three mornings a week to attend pottery classes here in Mwadui. My friend, Amanda, who ran her own pottery school back in SA, has set up here in the remotest of African towns!

She and Tilla, the only other expat lady here, have been practicing this art here since the beginning of the year. Even though I was invited to join them in February, I have been very involved in running our company Guest House (for the love it it, LOL!) and have intended to go for months. Two weeks ago I took the plunge and finally I am there and enjoying myself immensely. We work (and talk, of course) for two hours each on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings.
 A learning curve for me!

May you all have a wonderful week ahead.


  1. So glad you're managing to get to pottery classes several times a week now, Jo! It looks like you are really concentrating and I'm sure you love to make something with your hands. Hugs. xx

  2. A new art form for you, Jo. How wonderful. I'm sure the working and talking will provide you with much enjoyment! Looking forward to photos of your art.
    Luv, K

  3. Enjoy the class! They can be SO Peaceful...

  4. Well done, Jo, I cannot wait to see your finished articles - they'll be brilliant like everything you turn your hands to! love and hugs Rosemary xoxox

  5. How wonderful for you !! That's a nice occupation I also love to do it !

  6. What fun to exercise another part of your creativity, Jo! The fellowship sounds fun, too.


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