September in Review and Pictures

Visuals… finally:

My dear friend Mary visiting for a sleep-over with her 3 kids: Carick, Oliver and Eloise, reading all the little ones a good night story.


Huxley using money from his piggy-bank for a special treat. In front of the new sofa pillows and the re-painted side tables (white, oh what a clear, niece colour)


Huxley on his first day back to the Waldorfschool, all excited, wearing his new hiking boots that got sent to him by his lovely aunt Roswitha from Switzerland.


"Com"-Mission complete, for a client in Vancouver measuring 30" high by 100" wide


An experiment for a totally new style of work 36" x 48", currently hanging in our living room.


Detail of a piece that I really love, completed this month, incorporating lots of stitching on batiked papers.


About 1/3 of the plums that I put-up by freezing to make plum-wähe, a swiss-type pie for a sweet supper.


At the children's museum after Huxley was an excellent sport by accompanying me to the Kitchener-Waterloo Spinner and Knitters sales marathon. What a blessing this little one is. Behaved for just long enough to not have mami overspend by walking the show a second time.

So this is a snapshot of actual things accomplished during the month of September.

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