Friday, 6 February 2009

Card Classes In Warragul

I have not long been home from a great day in Warragul teaching Card Classes at Said Simply.
The day started off with a lovely latte made by my sidekick Leesa - well done Leesa - just what I needed. It was very pleased how the girlies are coming along in the classes. They are learning different techniques and being able to do most things by themselves now. Great to see!!!! Well done!!!!!

I already have the new kit to work on for next month's card classes which is an Easter theme - so look out - if you would like to book in for the class then you'd better give Marie a ring and she will add you to the list. There may be some little giveaways too I'm thinking............mwahahaha!!!!

For those living in Victoria - brace yourselves for the terrible day in order for tomorrow - with temperatures in the mid 40's its gunna be a scorcher. The weather people are comparing it to Ash Wednesday back in 1983 - I really feel for the fire fighters - they must be dreading it.
Hopefully the warm weather will come and go (far, far away) and all will be well.

Take care!!!! Stay cool.

Hope all is well in your part of the world.

Luv Sandie


anitameade said...

Hey Sandie! How are you doing on this hideous day? It is DREADFUL here. I can smell smoke through the house; the sky is glowing yellow and the wind is roaring. It's 45C. Very unsettling weather.....I feel uneasy. Hope you guys are OK. Thinking of you. Anita. xxx

Sandie said...

Gidday Anita, we have all survived this very terrible day thanks.
It's rather scary - we can see smoke all around us. I feel so much for the poor people right in the path of the fires and for the firefighters and rescue people. They must feel so helpless sometimes.
Hope tomorrow brings some relief for the all.

Take care.

Luv Sandie

Anonymous said...

Have been thinking of you all there and glad to see that you are all ok atm......we are ok in the west but have reles in Pomborniet and Casterton surrounded we can't contact atm so praying hard......
Marion Mitchell (scrapnsew)

Sandie said...

Gidday Marion, its such a terrible time of the year. The dreaded has happened - lots of properties damaged and as of this morning 25 deaths in Victoria.
Terrible news.

All is well with us. We shall continue to pray for everyone.

Luv Sandie