Sunny Whitstable Fun
I had a lovely few days away in Whitstable over the half term break and the weather was beautiful and sunny. You can tell by the sunset aver the beach..I did lots of painting and decorating and had lots of trips to the rubbish tip too, so there was a bit of work accomplished as well as a bit of sight seeing.
I caught the bus into Canterbury for a break and saw the amazing Grayson Perry exhibition The Vanity of Small Differences at The Beany Gallery. Stunning pieces of work and so intricate. It’s on until the 4th of December I think.
I did a little bit of my Frida’s Flowers crochet project and re watched some classic DVDs when it got too gloomy to paint!
As the sun sets on another half term holiday I’m getting ready to get back to work. Planned activities, sorted the staff rota etc.
I’ve also done a bit more to the new ‘studio’ at home and almost finished decanting my craft things into the spare room with the help of Al. I think it’s mostly going to fit apart from my vintage and retro items which are going to have to lodge in various sheds in the local area!
Craft classes for adults are starting this week at a new location- the Quaker Meeting House in Stansted. The old crew will be there and we welcome newbies too!