This week passed with some cooking, sewing and crafting
She helped me bake a "Hurry Up Cake" inspired by
and then we did the dishes ....
We did a bit of colouring ...
I love these days with her!
She is growing up so fast and is a great little
She calls me Nammie and I love it!
My sister and nieces came to make some
cement rhubarb leaves .... the mosquitos kept us working fast to get it done.
The rain today generously kept them cool and wet so the curing of the cement
should be perfect.
I'll try to get some reveal pictures in a few days after they have dried and cured.
|Photo taken by niece Amy|
A down pour this morning promped me to finish my second fibre art piece.
The garden weeding must wait till it dries up a bit.
My first class was in November of 2016 and last Saturday I took the class again
to make the "other" tree piece.
I find this so relaxing and really enjoy the finished results (even though it
certainly is not perfect). Can you tell that I love trees?
taught these classes.
Her work is truly amazing and she has done many commissioned pieces - one which is on display
at Conrad Grebel College in Waterloo where I used to work.
So privileged to have taken these courses under her direction.
I love summer and weeks like this first week of summer in 2017!
Till next time ...... let's make summer last!