It’s time to go home – Teaching and Traveling.

Going home today.

It’s time to interact with family, walk in the garden, drive my own car, sit in the sun, watch TV in my big orange lounge chair. I’m going to buy the new porch swing and purchase a fancy new bed that will probably last me till I depart.

What more can I say.

I’ve spent 10 months traveling and working this year and it’s not too shabby. Keith and I have had wonderful experiences and shared the lives of many from Gypsies in the desert to the humble Tuk Tuk driver on this trip, bu t the rest of the year has been amazing and fulfilling too.

If you have the opportunity, if you can do it, if you’re passionate and prepared, I figure do it… because you may not be able t do it tomorrow.

Trust me I know that very well.

Craft Tours – Textile Treasures from Iampamholland on Vimeo.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Carol Henderson says:

    Hi Pam I have been following your for a while and have a couple of questions to ask. On your India tours do you do actual workshops and what in?  What is the cost and when are the next dates.  I have been saving for 4 years to go on an Indian textile excursion working around three generations of needs and am at the stage where I need to go before I am too old or unwell to go. Question 2, when and where and how much is your masterclass in portraiture.  I live in New Zealand and you can see some of my work on  Like you I work across multiple styles so your work inspires me as a result. Hoping to hear back from you RegardsCarol Life is a Journey Carol Fagan 07 8787933 mob 021319448

  2. Jan Rhoades says:

    Hi Pam. Not sure if it just on my system, but just in case it is widespread, I’m letting you know that the link isn’t working.

    Kind regards Jan


  3. Jan Rhoades says:

    This is my message. Sorry I meant to attach it to previous email 😊🤗😉

    Oops! That page can’t be found.

    It looks like nothing was found at this location. Maybe try one of the links below or a search?

    Kind regards Jan


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