I have never been there but oddly enough was on their site yesterday looking for classes. I find that a lot of the stores outside Toronto have a better variety of classes. The website looks fun. I may drive there one weekend to have alook. Hope you are enjoying this GLORIOUS weather after the stinking hot summer LOL.xxxxooooo
I am sure it is frustrating but I like the sitting down part LOL. When I sit it is in an uncomfortable rocking chair or a kindergarten chair ( think of baby bear in Goldilocks story :o). Oh my I do love my job but I do not have the energy I used to have. The best part is when they call me mom by accident. I use sweetie and honey liberally. Possibly not professional but they are soooo cute. In JK we always get a few 3 year olds turning 4 by the end of December. Babies really....
I am 58 and finding teaching requires so much energy, I would love to find something a bit less strenuous. I am not afraid of hard work (I am also a retired nurse) but managing 20 4 year olds is getting to be hard.
Gail - thanks for your encouraging message - I have heard so many people say how quick the recovery is for this procedure and how much more energy you have afterwards so I am looking forward to even more quilting! By the way, hope you had a very happy birthday last week! KLB
Welcome Gail! I live in Toronto.What do you need to retire from? (in order to find quilting time). I am a kindergarten teacher and this year for the first time would love to retire.It was a challenging year. I hope to meet some of the GTA members in person. I think there is another Oshawa woman on this site!! Maybe you know her!
I am sure you will make many wonderful quilts- I will look forward to seeing pictures of them on your wall. Quilting is such a great creative pastime and way to express yourself. Thank you for your kind words about my blog I hope you will stop by again. Warmest regards,