Okay, so yesterday the world was supposed to come to an end, that according to some people who have interpreted this based on the Aztec calendar. We'll either they were right and no one is reading this (what a waste of the last ten jars!) or they were wrong. Throughout history, people have predicted the end of days, so send in the flying monkeys! (just like the tiny one clinging to the edge of the lid). The negative sentiment of "Doom and Gloom" (as noted on the rim of the jar) was stamped into clay with black ink. Thankfully, this latest prediction proves wrong, just like the last major scare of Y2K. The world wasn't brought to it's knees as concerns over what would happen when we reached the new millennium ensured that most computer software was modified to deal with the date turnover. A miniature image transfer of an Aztec calendar was transferred onto my inkjet waterslide transfer paper. A rusted border is a found jewelry embellishment and tiny millefiori cane slices. Textured black clay wraps the rim. The hinged lid opens to reveal a polymer clay happy face, which expresses my joy that you're reading this and we're still here! Opposing this on the inside of the lid, is yet another image transfer. I thought it appropriate to create the humorous sentiment often found inside soda bottle caps during prize giveaways (of "Thanks for Playing, Try Again Later"). It may be trite, but to quote the play Annie,"The sun will come out tomorrow!"