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Life After Museware Pottery

03.03.20 After nearly 18 years of self-employment, I’ve recently found myself facing un-employment. Business has changed. The future of Museware requires fresh energy and new direction. I’ve lost the heart for it and am ready for the next phase of my life. It’s taken time, but I’ve grown comfortable with the idea of moving on. I’m making plans. Phase one began with my offering Museware to my friend & long-time key employee, Nicole. Much to my delight, she said yes. Next, I’ll find design work. Then, I’ll build a website for my abstract art. In my former life, I was a kitchen and interior designer. I loved my work completely and left to pursue self employment only when the special needs of my young son, Neal, required flexibility. Neal left this world in 2012, leaving me with the burning question - now that I’m not a mom, who am I? Not knowing the answer, I threw myself into my work, to the exclusion of nearly everything else. Nearly eight years later, the question has changed. N…

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