Tuesday, September 22, 2009

This is serious.

I think we should all get together and demand that Scott Cooper (This Week @ St. Earth)blog more than once a week. Who's with me? We should start a facebook group or something.

11 comments:

Judy Shreve said...

I love Scott's blog & also wish we could post comments.

Cinderelish said...

Yes, yes. More blogging plus comments please.

traceybroome@mindspring.com said...

If he blogs everyday he won't have time to make all of those beautiful pots!! It is a great blog!

carter gillies said...

A support group for the days he's not posting at the least. I get the shakes by the time Sunday and Monday roll around. A comments section would probably keep me sane between posts. HELP ME! I'M AN ADDICT!

Otto said...

I'm with you! More blogs from Cooper...More More More! I love that guys stuff and the words he writes about it!

Michael Kline said...

YES! At least get Scott to let us leave comments to his insights! Come on Scott!

Ron said...

Scott is kind of like Studio Potter magazine. It doesn't come out enough during the year but when you get your issue you really get some amazing, thoughtful writing.

Michael Kline said...

Ron's right. Good one.

Anonymous said...

i dont think that he could. I just looked over his blog for the first time after reading this post, and his blog posts are more like magazine articles. like studio potter, haha

brandon phillips said...

well said ron. i will withdraw my demands on the condition that he allows people to comment. come on, throw us a bone scott.

scott said...

Hi folks,

I thought my ears felt hot last week... now I know why! I appreciate the praise -- very generous of you all. Problem is, now I'm humbled to the point that I can't think of anything to write about this week.

Re: comments, my blog runs on this funky home-made system I've rigged up over the years, so I can't just flip a switch to turn them on. And I'm stubbornly resisting the transition to Blogger or Wordpress (illogical, I know). But I really enjoy hearing from readers, and responding to email is a great way to procrastinate on my next post.

As someone suggested above, I'd write more often, but then I'd have nothing to write about. I aspire to do what Ron said; some weeks it might get there, others I'm sure it doesn't!

Carter, I recommend more coffee...

Thanks, Brandon -- very flattering, indeed!