It is a strange uneasy time in the world so I am grateful to be able to pick up a needle and block it all out.
I have been busy completing things for our little textile group but can't show them yet.
I popped up to London to see my daughter and watched a student protest march as it passed by.
There did seem to be nearly as many photographers as there were students, all hoping for a riot no doubt but the whole thing seemed to pass off peacefully. I think the cost of the police presence with attendant helicopter might have paid off a few student loans. For people of my generation who remember the years after WW11 the word "austerity" has different meaning I think. But they are young. Bless.I did quite like this shot.
So things to look forward to. My sister in law is coming to visit this weekend and we are going to see my daughter in "Matilda"
Friday would have been my brother's seventieth birthday he would have loved this show so he will be in our thoughts. For years Brian's birthday was the start of Christmas, we weren't allowed to mention it until his birthday was done. I remember once being told off for wanting to make paper chains. So it will be quite
for me to go to Sew Not Strawberry Jam
for a Christmas themed workshop with Caroline Zoob
I hope the weather behaves as it has been a bit nippy this week and I did see some of the white stuff.
Stay warm and safe.