Sour Faced Doris is now all but a distant memory. I have finished my project at the public school and am now free of 23 overly energetic and disobedient children. On our last day we had a play and the parents were all invited. The students, with a little help from me had written the play in English, and even though none of the parents understood a word that was said - it was a hit...well by a hit I mean no one made any mistakes (not that anyone would have noticed!)
With a lot of free time upon me, I have taken up a new hobby - that of making paper. I am still working at my other job, but it's almost school holidays so a lot of children obviously don't want to go to any type of school - let alone English school!
Now, back to my paper making. I have not yet taken any photos so I will not go into too much details now, but I will. The urge to make paper was created from the fact that I want to do as much for my wedding as possible. I have already made a mock bonbonniere (which is lovely if I do say so! I must take a photo of it.) I already have all of my bonbonniere stock: cream tulle, light gold organza, mocha organza ribbon, light gold organza ribbon, and cream/mocha wooden roses. I only lack the sugar almonds, but those will come once I return from Scotland.
Did I mention that I am going to Scotland? For work. For 4 weeks or so. So much to do, but thankfully so much time!
But back to the paper, my hand made paper. I love making hand made paper! It is not so hard, it is relaxing and enjoyable and I need to make lots as I have decided to hand make all of my wedding invitations! And possibly I'll hand make the church booklets, and the......