This simple and roughly sculpted pot helped me to see that I can now acknowledge to myself the watershed time I am presently experiencing. I hadn’t been aware that the markings I had made on the pot appear to be going in two directions and when I stopped to look; seriously look at the pot , it was showing me the time was right to take on two roles – I can be a foster parent, which I’ve always wanted to do whilst also still loving my own children. Previously I had thought I only had enough love for one set of children!
I liked living in my old village. We had a house where my mum and me lived with my two brothers and our animals. We had two dogs and three cats and some fish. Sometimes it was a bit messy at home but mostly it was ok. I liked feeding our pets. I did this because I was the oldest child and I wanted to help mum because she was always very busy and it wasn’t easy. That was when I was eight. Soon afterwards we moved to our new house so we could be nearer our grandad who is getting quite old – we couldn’t bring all our pets because it’s a smaller house and we’re not supposed to have animals in this house my mum says! This is me making my old house that I liked.