Sunday, May 18, 2008

A couple of canvases and a Commodore 64

This morning we went to Church and again it was hit home about 'see a need, fill a need'. It's something I have been mulling over, wondering where I fit in different things, what purpose do I have in the things that I do and what am I missing that I should be doing. So we will see where this all leads :)

After Church we had a walk around one of the local markets, not much to see though. Home for lunch and then Dave helped Elizabeth finish off the plaster for her hand print kit that she got for her birthday. Once it is dry we will paint it and I will share the end result with you then :)

Also this afternoon Dave pulled this out of the shed...


Did you ever play one???


The girls loved having a little play before dinner!
Also today I made these, I have had this idea in my head for a while so it was good to get started with these two.







Have a parent/teacher interview with Elizabeth's kinder teacher tomorrow afternoon, don't think there will be any surprises :)
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3 comments:

  1. jane fitchett9:28 PM

    ooh, those little canvases are cute- think you might have to start selling them- i would love the coffee one- actually both work at our place ;P
    cheers
    jane

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  2. Hope you had a good weekend!

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  3. Sharmaine, I love your canvases. I agree with Jane. You may have to start an etsy.

    We used to have a Commodore 64 when I was a kid. I was not good at it then and I still am not good at video games. LOL

    Have a great day.

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