When I got married, I also incorporated Fingerprint Pottery with my other famous Mississippi pottery. We received a lot of this at our showers. I love the patterns and colors. It is always a conversation piece. Last week I volunteered to make Sausage Muffins for a staff celebration at the school I am currently substituting in. (Actually, Ken actually make the sausage muffins. I want to give credit where credit is due.) Being the Mississippi girl that I am, of course I had to display the scrumptious sausage muffins in some of my pottery. I chose this beauty.
So anyways, I did not stay for the entire celebration and left my pottery there. I left a little worried that something may happen, but convinced myself that it would be okay. When I got to school the next morning, I had several teachers stop me and tell me how much they loved my bowl. They said that when they got to it they said, "This has to be a Mississippi Girl's pottery!" When they lifted it up they saw my name and Pontotoc, MS on the bottom. How funny is that! I enjoyed sharing with them where I got it. Yes, Mississippi girls have beautiful pottery and can share it with the Alabama girls!
I just love the colors, the textures, and how wonderful it looks in our dining room! I think that it accents my wonderful McCarty and Peter's pottery so well!