Archive for August, 2007

I’m back!

Wednesday morning

It’s been a while hasn’t it, did you miss me? It was a real struggle for me not to post over the past few weeks, and yet before I started my beadlog I wasn’t sure whether I’d be able to keep it up. Still, here we are towards the end of the school holiday, and I’m in a rather delicate state! Not through being in the constant presence of an 8 year old, but due to the mishap I had yesterday lunchtime when I managed to slip and bump down all but 5 steps on a very steep carpeted staircase at a friends house. Woops. Needless to say I’m still feeling a bit shaken and am wondering how I’m going to cope with all those jobs I need to do today and this week. The house still looks less than tidy, due to lots of trips, the Winchester exhibition, GBUK beadfair, the course I did last week and general stuff that needs putting away. Oh well. Some things never change.

I’d like at this point to say how lovely it was to meet everyone who came to say hello at the bead fair this weekend. It was good to put faces to names, and we all had a very enjoyable day. I’m not sure what other bead-fairs I will be doing next year, I’ve applied for a few but need to hear back from the organisers. I will post details on my events page when I have them.

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A bit of a rest. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Friday lunchtime

This will be my last post for a little while. I’ve been banned from doing any work or web updates for a few weeks as I’m supposed to be taking a break and concentrating on house stuff and our daughter. So please bear with me regarding contact forms. You can still send them in, but it will be a while before you get a reply.

IF you fancy a trip to France the exhibition in Sars Poteries started on the 30th July. This now runs until 15th October. Details on my events page.

At the end of the month, 26th August, we have the GBUK 4th Annual bead fair, in Stourbridge. Again details and a link to the website can be found on my events page.

Have a lovely August.

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