Heidi and I made plans. Heidi has created a wonderful course (that might not be the right term. Sessions?) called Bonjour Tonton. Tonton in a tortoise and he has a friend who is a shark and it is a wonderful mix of drama, music and fun all in French. If I manage to get myself on the course, I may well be holidaying in France before the year is out. It'll be about my level as they are fun sessions for preschoolers. I have a feeling a preschooler may be a stipulation so if anyone can lend me an under 5 once a week for 45 minutes, that would be great.
Then Sarah Hewlett arrived with her delivery. It sounds like everyone should, at least once in their lives, wheel a dolls' house across the Cathedral Green. It raised a smile from a few passers by.
This dolls’ house was made for Sarah when she was a child so it has been loved and played with and I am sure will bring a lot of pleasure and fun to people. Some people get the idea straightaway. It’ll be fun doing it up, people will make things for it and it will be a team effort. Something we can all share and enjoy. Whereas some people are puzzled as to why we have a dolls’ house at the hub. Well to those people I say, ‘You’ll see, soon enough!”
After a quick whizz over to the other office to drop posters about this Saturday's craft event with Jenny, I came back to make Michael a cup of coffee "How did you manage to get a place like this?". And my response, "Cafe Pixies, they still look after us!". And they do.
And then it was off to collect Lottie. Felicity challenged me in the playground to sum up what we are doing at the hub in a couple of sentences. I couldn't do it so I said that seeing is believing and invited her to pop by. It's line stolen from some previous encounters but true all the same.
Then Lottie found the dolls' house...
Update - this hub thing is starting to work...Gilly is interested in Jane's 'Coping With Teenagers' course, Rachael has donated a lots of tiles which I am taking to Lisa for her art courses, Rachael has also roped in two friends to bake on Friday for the cake sale, Em has posted on her Facebook page all about the event of Saturday and Em knows a lot of people and Barry has emailed to say that we will have electricity soon...we are doing really well :) Thank you everyone