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2.24pm >>

A lazy Sunday, chilling out in the sunshine with mum gorgeous wife. Bliss.

And cookies.

We’re making cookies!

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Class show and tell

Wednesday

This was our last week of class for 2014 – very hard to believe!

Lois brought in her 1930’s quilt……I don’t know what happened but as I loaded the photos, the three I took of the front slowly disappeared from the screen!! 278 more words

11.04am >>

All dressed up and ready to go!

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Class show and tell

Wednesday

Sue 3 is well under way with the sashings to go with her appliqué

A former student, Pauline, came for a visit from the country, bringing her… 110 more words

Arnold Rampersad: A look into author Hackshaw’s first novel Mrs B

This article by Arnold Rampersad appeared in Trinidad’s Guardian.

Emma Bovary, the leading lady of Gustave Flaubert’s sensational first novel Madame Bovary (1856), had only one child, a girl; but in her restless life and grim death Emma gave birth to many thousands of other girls who grew up to become bold, if sometimes misguided, women. 1,542 more words

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Class show and tell

Wednesday

Carole has hand pieced four Log Cabin blocks

and has this sweet Eskimo pincushion

Adrienne is doing so well with her Mrs B!

The next couple of borders are almost ready to go on. 168 more words

3.58pm >>

This is me right now:

Fully stretched out on my nice new couch! Oh man, it is so nice to be able to actually fit on a couch and lie down properly.  50 more words

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