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Been up since 4am

It's funny as last Saturday I was up at 3am all excited to open for the Open Studios and this week 4am.

Last weekend was fantastic! Saturday we had a stream of people through our home, had a nice lunch with friends and we ended up rarking it up through the night.
Sunday I got to have another lunch with more friends and caught up with people I hadn't seen in ages!

I got my photo in the paper on Monday which was cool! The papers have been helping the open studios heaps this year which is really great to have their support.
Bring on today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mum and I went over to Palmy on Tuesday and had a great day we went shopping in friendly Feilding and spent heaps of money at FPC Art Warehouse and then headed over to Palmy to hang out with Nana. Below are some photos I took of Nana's photos that we went through while we were there. HAPPY BIRTHDAY NANA for yesterday. I finally visited my friend Ness and checked out her home whcih they had bought about a year ago, I can't believe I hadn't been there before Tuesday, it was great to see her.

I had a workshop on Wednesday sponsored by the FPC Art Warehouse and it was such a lovely morning! We got through everything I had planned and they went away with a painting all glossed up ready to hang on their walls. It looks like they will all be back as they enjoyed their time here. I'm think I will have another workshop next week as there were 5 other people that didn't get to come who wanted to.

I went to see Vanessa yesterday and we all thought she would have had her baby yesterday as he has dropped and the midwife was certain that he wouldn't be far away, maybe today? It's so exciting!

My message for the day was: You have much to offer the world, Dear One! You are multi talented beyond your scope of understanding.

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