In general this website is about polymer clay, but sometimes there’s nothing wrong with a little bit of personal interest. This is going to be one of those articles. 🙂 I just returned from a month-long trip to the UK. My husband, Gary, is English, and has only lived in the US for 7 years so we regularly take trips back home. The focus for this trip was to see Gary’s sister get married. We also have a grandchild in the UK, so we do try to soak up as much of him as we can. This trip also included some time visiting polymer clay guilds and groups and also some sightseeing and hiking in between family obligations.
When my readers found that I was visiting the UK, I had a lot of requests to keep people updated with lots of pictures. I did try to post to Instagram regularly, but since I didn’t have a data or cell phone connection while there, my posting time was limited. Luckily, Gary is quite an excellent photographer, so I have a lot of nice photos to share with you here.
The Steampunk Wedding
We came home to hot and humid US weather, a broken hot water heater, a broken coffeemaker, and four very happy and grateful cats. The “dull roar” of life continues, it seems. But no worries, polymer clay is never far from my mind. Next up is an artist interview with the canemaker Ivy Niles. I was thrilled to learn more about her, and I know that you will be too. Stay tuned!
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