There's something to be said for working 4 days rather than the five day week I'd done for 31 years. I now have flexible Fridays off (which means I can have another day if i wish). So today I shall be sorting myself out in preparation for tomorrow when I shall be at
Looking forward to seeing lots of you there for vintage loveliness and quite possibly cake...not to mention barkcloth and buttons - two of my favourite "B" words
Once home I shall be getting excited about my second workshop with the lovely Julie Arkell at the Hope and Elvis workshops. And if anyone is envious, Louise of Hope and Elvis said yesterday that there was still a space left on tomorrow's workshop. I had a wonderful day last year so can't wait.
And on Monday I shall be moving my flexible friend Friday to Monday and going back to school where I'm attempting to teach children one end of a needle from the other in a bid to make puppets. Isn't it funny how we take our own skills for granted? I have no idea where I learnt to sew - school sewing lessons were a nightmare I recall - I had no desire to make either the mandatory dirdl skirt or the mop top lampshade. I got so cross with my teacher that when she asked me once too often to unpick my work I cut it into ribbons. My parents were contacted...
Have a great weekend!