Today was the last day of my second year teaching. So much learning, for me and, hopefully, for the students, too.
I ended the year with an intensive week (a week of seminar style learning on a single subject). Our course of study was entitled “Be a Hero” and included CPR, AED and First Aid certification along with a home safety check up and fire safety training. Busy and happy times that give the students very useful skills. As I told them, I would be happy if you came back to me in 20 years and said, “I never needed to use any of that,” but, it is more likely that you would come back and say, “Boy, I’m glad I learned that because…”
Lately this blog has been very silent. There has been a little sewing going on, but not as much as I would like. But, now, there will be a little more time and I hope to share some of it with you.
I am working on a new scrap pattern called Calico Rose.
A third All Small week is planned, probably for the second week in June.
And, I am definitely going to clean my sewing room. It is SCARY right now. Piles everywhere. That doesn’t bother everyone, but it bothers me. I am more productive and creative in a orderly space.
So, that’s about all for now. I hope to be back very soon with pictures and updates to share. In the meantime, I will consider how time flies when you are having fun. And how it feels when all that fun ends. Even temporarily.