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!
I’m at work on the last day of 2019, looking at my moodboard, which is all about sunshine and contentment and choosing fabulousness, which are all things that I hope the new year brings to me, and you, and everyone we know and love, and to those we don’t know, too. Thanks so much for …
At lunchtime I’m off to pick up my Angela Lewin linocut that I’ve had reframed. I bought the print at a travelling prints show a few years ago and framed it poorly. Now it’s getting the respect it deserves. Can’t wait to see!
Backing out…I know I’m supposed to be gone, but yesterday’s post was so abrupt, I thought I could back out a bit more elegantly, so I’m panning out from Odette’s sunlit corner of the studio, leaving behind some links for your entertainment: + Check into the ELLE Decoration blog every day – I’ve found some …
It’s been a crazy week of backing and forthing between studio and home this week, as we renovate the studio upstairs, and electricity goes on and off at home rather unpredictably. So while work has been a bit patchy, I’ve seen a lot of pavement and street markings on my travels, to nice effect.