TOJM – the dream

Posted in ceramics, doom and gloom, short stories on March 3rd, 2010 by J.E.Moores
Good luck from my TOJM

Holding my TOJM.

I was young, and I had an odd dream. I was running through barricades, barbed wire, and war torn territories. Among a pile of rubble I found a small object. When I picked it up, I knew it was a TOJM, a good luck piece. In fact, I already knew that finding the TOJM guaranteed my success in what ever I endeavored into. It was as if I had always known about it, and now I had one. Holding it in my hand I remember running up and over piles of rubble, down long corridors trying to escape the battles behind, and find a safe place somewhere beyond. The TOJM gave me a mental security with it’s magical protection. Holding the TOJM, running toward the sun, toward the trees, away from the rubble, smoke, and debris. It’s nearly 40 years later, and I still have my TOJM. Here it is, still working wonders after all these years.

The Bumblebee

Posted in ceramics, dolls on January 1st, 2009 by J.E.Moores

The Bumblebee

Canopic Jar Doll

Posted in ceramics, computer art, dolls, sewing on January 1st, 2009 by J.E.Moores

Canopic Jar Doll