I braved the heat and the mosquitoes to venture outside and pick some flowers and herbs to go in my new vase. Echinacea, Shasta Daisies, Hollywood Lights Daisies, a Calla Lily, Coreopsis, and Spearmint.
The vase is made and signed by Charlotte at Humble Mill Pottery in Seagrove, NC. I got the vase in Hillsborough, NC on Friday at Churton Street Gallery and I'm sure you see why I couldn't resist it. There's a robin on it!!
Seagrove is the pottery capital of the world. Often, you'll find kilns where the art of making pottery has been handed down through many generations. I don't care what type of pottery you like - from fancy, plain, cute, utilitarian, or just for looks - you'll find it in all Seagrove.
You can go here to see a map of the pottery "trail". There are 112 locations marked on the map. You can get in your car - drive - stop - shop - get back in your car - drive - stop - shop all day long! Great opportunity for Christmas or other gift giving opportunities.
The birdfeeders are quiet today. I think it's even too hot for the birds to eat! They're probably somewhere lying around a birdbath! Cute visual!
Hope your Sunday is relaxing.