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  1. My dear friends The time has come to say goodbye... well, no, that's too melodramatic... Let's start again: This will be my last QOTW. From next week on, my dear colleague Pres is taking over. It was two very interesting years with you all. Thank you from all my heart for your contributions, posts and for your loyalty! Some of you helped me out when I was under time pressure and sent me ideas for questions, and all helped with the moderating. My kudos to you! QOTW: would you be interested in submitting questions for your fellow potters? Don't send the questions now, just give me your thoughts about including the forum members more in the QOTW. I will stay on the forum and will meet you again on Pres'QOTW thread. A big thank you to Pres for immediately saying yes to taking over this thread. You are a dear friend, Pres! Love to you all! Evelyne
  2. I was working on a new project: 2 different tripods out of self-made paperclay. The feet and the intended design are a bit special and the different stages complicate, so I was concentrating on my work for 5 hours yesterday and for 8 hours today. Only when I finished work for this day it leaped into my mind: darn!... and again I forgot to take pictures or notes from the different stages of my work! Are you regularly taking pictures or notes while working? And how come you don't forget to do it, like I myself almost always do? The camera is on a shelf in my studio, and there is always a bunch of empty pages lying around, so.... (shrugging, and roll eyes). Evelyne
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