As usual work is full on and I’m feeling like I am at the wheel of a runaway train. As a result my quilting is suffering. By the time I get home from work if it isn’t dark, it is getting there, and the light is not so good for sewing, so Jack and Courtney’s… Continue reading Knit knit knit
If you’ve been following my blog you will know that I started quilting after visiting the Patchwork and Quilters Zimbabwe 2015 show last year. So eight months and a few quilts later, I still attend the monthly meetings, and enjoy the great community of quilters that exist here in Harare. Women of all ages, all… Continue reading I spy community spirit.
It has been a hectic time this week. Firstly a return to school, which is always full on. Then John Mangudya the governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe announces that he will shortly be introducing “bond notes” into circulation to help alleviate the drastic shortage of cash currently being experienced in the country. This… Continue reading A Stitch in Time
So I have reached the end of my lovely long school holidays and on Tuesday I will be returning to school ready for the long, cold winter term. So let me reflect on how I used my time over the past few weeks. I was determined to squeeze as much as possible into my free… Continue reading Back to work, back to reality.