Tuesday, March 30, 2010

A very busy weekend

We headed down to Batemans Bay on Friday to attend the 25th anniversary of the opening of Sunshine Bay Public School. Our girls went to this school for all their primary years and had a wonderful time. I taught there casually and worked with the P and C and seemed to be there for some reason or other on many days. Our girls both enjoyed their years there. Before the Friday night "do" we sat on Denhams Beach and enjoyed the view and the lovely weather.
There was an assembly at the school and this lovely cake. It was a copy of the one they had 25 years ago, I am told.
The assembly brought back many memories of my girls in the choir and of singing the school song and saying the creed.
The courtyard was as pleasant as ever and we shared morning tea and lunch there.

We then headed towards Sydney as our nephew James and his lovely Sarah were being married on Sunday afternoon. On the way we HAD to stop and Berry so I could look at Sew and Tell, which is a wonderful embroidery shop and now has wools too and giftware. Well worth a visit. Here are a few pictures of Berry, which is such a lovely place.

I'd like to stitch this house.

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