I hid inside for the worst of it but I had a kiln to unload and pots to trim so I ventured out into the rain, unloaded the kiln and brought a piece into the studio. I had not even put the bowl down when all hell broke loose. Now, I love the sound of the rain on the tin roof but acorns and large twigs are another thing entirely. They startle me at times but I’m growing used to it. This was much, much worse than acorns.
|Tree Branch Broke Door|
|Part of the Branch|
The insurance agent says we are covered for this type of damage after we meet the $2100 deducible. I’m not sure where that money will come from but I do have a lot of shows coming up in November, cross your fingers that they will be really good ones.
On the bright side, I’m okay and now I have something new to write about in this blog.
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