Class registration was a party! A small intimate party! With a pot of soup, timbits and coffee. Great conversation, lots of laughs and amazing beads! I am so sorry the weather kept so many of you away but although a poor turnout, it was absolutely a wonderful day. Nothing like spending a snow day with a small group of friends held up in a bead store with new beads!

Today I am tired and so I am having another intimate day. I am going to have a long bath with Neil Gaiman. Ok not him but one of his smaller books I have been saving for such an occasion, Neil Gaiman’s   Fortunately the Milk .  Just a silly read, that I have kept under my pillow. For me a book like this is similar to a piece of real short bread, delicious, rare and to be savoured.

Here is a little insight into Gaiman.  I find everything he writes has his depth and exoticness. Yes even when he writes for children.