And on my way to teach indeed it seemed a bit as if the world was in tears as well.
A little bit further along, there even was a bit of beauty left to be found.
By the time I had finished my three hours of morning class even the sun had broken through.
Although it didn't last long... I received packages from Margaret Ramsay and Kathy Loomis with their quilts for the International Threads exhibition that is opening day after tomorrow, and which Barbara Lange and I are going to be hanging tomorrow.
In Kathy's parcel there also was a promise, as my family is one of the lucky and happy recipients of her famous annual Christmas ornaments, which were included in the package. But I haven't opened that little bag yet, keeping a bit of suspense for better days.
|Christmas ornaments, yet to be opened.|
And in the evening I also received a huge bouquet of flowers from the SAQA board, as a thank you for my years as Regional Rep. Which certainly helped to brighten up the day even a bit more.
So where will we be in a year from now? Who knows...