Thursday, September 18, 2008

Time in a Bottle


I'm off to the City of Brotherly Love to share my love of polymer clay with the ladies of the Philadelphia guild. I'm leaving a day early so I can take some time to do a little sightseeing. I can't believe I'm going to be standing in front of the Liberty Bell tomorrow morning!
Here's a photo of my newest excuse to keep working with these organic chips. It reminds me of a sea slug. I have pages and pages of designs to try but, to borrow a line from an old Jim Croce song, "there never seems to be enough time to do the things you wanna do once you find them . . "
Have a great weekend!

7 comments:

Tammy Garner said...

Oh Kimmie..... I LOVE Jim Croce. I used listen to Jim while sitting on the beach at sunset, watching the waves, that brings back memories. Very peaceful! And I love your pendant. Very cool !

Le Loup said...

how much are you right!
Time is going on too quickly!
Thanks to remind us:
Carpe diem! ;-))
and catch the slug! ;-))
Bye

Nesiejean said...

Slugs have never looked so good!

I had to play (on guitar) that Croce song at a wedding back in the day. I used to love it, but I practiced it so much I came to hate it.

But I'm over that now. Really, I am. Almost. :o)

Kim Cavender said...

Thanks Tam, I love JC too!

Kim Cavender said...

le loup - I adore the eucalyptus pieces you're doing!

Kim Cavender said...

Nesiejean, you're so funny! The traumatic past of a former wedding singer - who would have known it could affect you for years to come?

Le Loup said...

thank you! ;-))