We spent a special Saturday morning at Holy Cross Convent in Distric 6, attending the joyful opening of Liyabona library. We donated fabric, which the genius See Saw Do put to brilliant use as part of this beautiful, safe, well-stocked library, all orchestrated and fundraised by the Otto Foundation.
How inspiring to see a headmistress filled with the vision of a reading culture, not deterred by the literal fires and floods that this project has endured over this past year.
Seriously, if there’s one change you make in 2020, choosing to volunteer somewhere is the thing that will open you up in ways never imagined.
Thanks for all the #seriouslygood inspiration from all!
Who’d have guessed that the SABS building in Rosebank would have such interesting shapes and colours for me to snap? By the way, if you like the shapes and colours in this post, you might enjoy a new Pinterest board I started recently, called Shapes I Like.
I’m so thrilled to let you know that the amazing Ketti Bag is now available in my Flower Fields print, in Penny Black. It’s gorgous! I am just going let these photographs by Ketti Phillips speak for themselves. Ketti Bags are specialist handbags, especially designed for lady photographers, as inside they have nifty padded compartments …
IkatI bought Paul a present last week – this silk Ikat cushion from Turkey (actually, I got it in Rondebosch, just 15 minutes away!). It looks like my photo is out of focus, but it’s not – that’s just what Ikat weaving does to your eyes, and one of the reasons that hippies like it …