I thought about them all on the long drive to Lancefield today. I was dropping off donated clothes & toys for the Vietnamese orphans I posted about recently.
It was good to be away from home and driving through unknown country. I love to look at the sky and fields and the old buildings that are so full of history.
And of course I managed to squeeze in bit of op shopping. Green seemed to be theme of the day, I couldn't believe I found this tablecloth too.
And this sweetest rosey pillowcase which has become an instant favourite.
So now I'm off to do a couple of hours sewing before school pickup. I'm feeling a bit teary today, I think it's a combination of being sick this week, Mark being away & the new baby. It is hard to be so far away from family at times like this. I wish we could be closer to Jen & her family, the cousins are all growing up not knowing each other. I haven't met little Tova yet and they haven't met Rosie, imagine if we could just click our fingers and be together.Still, the sky is blue outside and it's almost the weekend, yay!! Hope yours is a happy one. I'll be drawing out a name for my giveaway soon so do enter if you haven't yet. It's such a beautiful book and I should really have shown you some of the amazing colourful photo's. Lots of Australian art and the whole history of the Workshop is such a fascinating story. Take care sweeties, see you soon xo