The weather was cold and grey. But I felt bright and chirpy having rested on Saturday afternoon and all of Sunday. (Saturday morning is one of my more intense teaching times - eight pupils more or less back to back in 4 hours, with any breaks usually taken up in chatting with parents.)
By the time I had finished the morning's lessons, the sun was up and outside was as sunny as my mood. I spent the rest of the morning being extravagant in town - banking a cheque, buying a magazine and some coloured brush pens, having coffee in Waterstones and decorating the envelopes of letters ready to be posted
This is what I spent some time doing yesterday - I wanted to include them in the previous post but it was taking too long for the photographs to arrive on the computer, if you see what I mean.
|Anenome - happy ever crafter tutorial|
|Johanna Basford Inky Art Course Day 4|
|Bobblast video on youtube - he says|
'Use a Big Brush - Biiiiig Brush, start by making a carrot';
so that's what I did ,but I only had a small brush pen with me!
Right. That's all from me... one more lesson to teach, and then an evening of rest and recuperation and crochet...