I admit defeat
War quilts - 8

Keeping on.

On Saturday we joined my son's family on a visit to the theatre to see 'Snow White'.  As the name implies it was a children's performance and we had to be there by 9:30 am.  For us to get there at that time we have to catch an early ferry and on Saturday it was chilly,  a coat, hat, gloves morning at 4 degrees C.  We found an open air coffee shop to have breakfast and joined all the early morning exercising young people who were all wearing trendy lycra.  Burrrrrrr.

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It was a typical student performance, good in parts, but the children loved it because there were kids there own age in the cast.

They had to have crowns of flowers and Monique got quiet carried away watching a duo who sang in the foya and this time that crown wasn't scratchy.

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Jasmine had to have a crown as well and she was right into it, sort of.  She and Mummy are at odds at the moment.

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After the performance there were the photos with the cast and then they had a walk to the local park where we could get other photos.   Gee I had to run to keep up with Monique but we got a picture.

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The whole of Brisbane was so busy.  Living out here I have forgotten what crowds are like.  My son's family had brought their scooters and we walked quickly behind, for miles.  We finally found somewhere for lunch which they all loved.  I managed to order a dish that was off so I spent a miserable night being very ill.  Sunday was spent recovering but I am back into it today.

Tomorrow is the first day of Children's Classes at the Guild and this is all sold out and has a waiting list.

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Oh, no, not again! I feel every blog post has some health issue in it! What a shame you got a tummy bug, but I hope you are up to your class today. No wonder the classes are sold out; who wouldn't want to make such a lovely doggy.

Carolyn Foley

This is definitely the end of health issues. I am sick of them (Sorry about the pun.)I am being told to pay attention to something, I’m just not sure what at the moment. Maybe just do some stuff I enjoy.


Good to know the class is sold out - that's very encouraging!

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