Thursday, December 31, 2015

Threw, Throw, Thrown

throw
[THrĊ]

VERB

1. propel (something) with force through the air by a movement of the arm and hand: 
"I threw a brick through the window"
synonyms: hurl · toss · fling · pitch · cast · lob · launch · catapult · 

2. cause to enter suddenly a particular state or condition: 
"he threw all her emotions into turmoil" · 


3. form (ceramic ware) on a potter's wheel: 
"further on, a potter was throwing pots"



    I've been propelled into a different life as an American expat in London.  You could say  I made the move by force and there might have been some arm and hand flailing in the process. I miss suburbia, but I'm trying to find a happy middle here in the city.  

    I still love treasure hunting and entertaining, but I'm going to get back into making pottery and center myself in the process.  

    Join me as I
    • throw things together. 
    • throw ideas around. 
    • throw parties. 
    • throw in little history lessons
    • throw pottery.
    Hopefully I won't make you throw up talking about it.