The time has come.

Goodness me, it’s so long since I’ve written my blog, but things are about to change, and I need a space to share, so it’s back to the blog, shall I venture to say, it’s with a degree of enthusiasm and a little dash of doubt that I can do it as regularly as I would like.
Maybe I should write weekly.

Next week, I have my last personal class for the year, and I’m looking forward to new ventures in 2021.
Yes, travel is on the cards for next year.
I have some exciting plans for a few retreats, and they will be quite different. You know, I’ve taught all over the world. I’ve been lucky enough to experience many teaching venues, and I think I’m going to be able to offer something unique and memorable. I’ve learned from my experiences as a Tutor and this may not make sense, but I really want to present an event that I would feel comfortable in.

Great accommodation. A wonderful teaching space, our personal chef and a venue for relaxing under the stars or by the fire in the evenings. It will be a creative bonding event.

I don’t know about you, but I now look at things very differently since Covid. No, I haven’t slowed down, I’ve created more than ever, but I’m doing it differently now. Enforced semi isolation has given us all that gift.

I’ve felt a deep sadness in my heart that our world has changed so dramatically. But I believe we are on the way back, and I’m going to be there with bells on folks.

I’m sharing the crazy little quilt I made in the first flurry of the Covid Shutdown.

The birds at home and our dogs who think they are special.
I had no plan, I just drew on fabric with the machine add added bits of stuff. The background is linen.

13 Comments Add yours

  1. Kristen CARLSON says:

    That sounds great, Pam. Emphasis on “retreat.” Learning and working without a daily tour bus sounds delish.

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      I’m looking forward to it immensely.

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  2. This does look like a fun quilt.

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      It’s a funny little quilt that reflected my mood.

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  3. Nola says:

    Thanks for the blog Pam. It is welcome back from me. Looking forward to reading of your plans

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      Oh, thanks Nola, it’s just about new directions to keep the mind flowing.

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  4. Lesley Lyons says:

    I love this hanging, Pam. We must look to having you again in Tassie.💖🌞

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      Thanks, Lesley, I would love that. I have many more new classes – I haven’t put them up on the web page yet.

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  5. Jan Williams says:

    Love the blog and glad you’re back writing. The quilt is adorable.
    Sending warm wishes & virtual hugs. Jan & Roy from England xxx

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      Hi Jan, it’s good to change direction and do something a little extra.

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  6. Francie Mewett says:

    What do you mean the dogs think they are special? They know they are special and spoilt. I love your two. 💛❤️

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      They are gorgeous, we’ve had dogs most of our married life, but these two are special.

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