But on a happy note:
Grandma and the BA at the BA's place of employment on my mother's 56th (yes, those numbers exist!) wedding anniversary.
But back to 'Evita'.
Here's Colonel Peron adding the finishing touches to Evita's exquisite ballgown, in my loungeroom!
We had such a special day the three of us. They talked about their concerns that the show wouldn't be good enough and I told them of my journey towards and retreat from, theatre. I am still clearing up the glitter.
In the middle of all this.....
I made a Jessie the Cowgirl costume for a friend:
The wig was quite another story...
After a year of planning, meeting together and sewing, we finally completed the two 'centenary quilts' for the church. Here is one of them before we had even quilted it...
The gold links represent the connections we have wth community.
But while THIS was going on, I still had sets to paint for the Light Opera Society variety performance. Stage one of the 'very fast' sets....
And here's the other Centenary Banner the night we hung it.
And here's the posters I did to decorate the walls of the church gym for the Centenary lunch. And yes, I did have to resort to putting the footprints on myself after the kids in Sunday school got bored with the idea....: