So we'll start with Friday. The Lori-Ann Potts workshop was being held in the social room in my building. Joanne and I were looking after the lunch so I had some cooking and baking and setting up to do. Lori-Ann, Debbie Burville of Montacute Miniatures, and our club president, Tina, came over to set up the tables and put out the kits.
|All set up and ready for Saturday morning.|
|Tina's prototype of the attic room|
|Lucille's prototype of the attic room as a sewing room|
I asked Sean and Leanne and neither of them were too interested but then I decided to do it for the grandchildren. They're so young that they won't have many memories of Grandpa Vern so it seems a good way to make him more real to them.
Tina and I discussed it a bit on Friday afternoon and I told her I wasn't having much luck thinking of things to put in it. Boy, did that ever change! I was watching TV Friday night and the ideas started to come...and come...and come. I ended up with two full pages of foolscap covered with notes on things to put in it.