…my 60th birthday!
Whoot! It was a wonderful day! And, yes, I taught the full day. But then I had the pleasure of sharing a late afternoon walk with my daughter, Erin and pooch, Max. We did our bird, coyote and muskrat watching and enjoyed the warmth. The afternoon with my students, was spent needle felting with Leah C. Donald, visionary for Art Felt Studio. With our previous experience painting spring flowers, this was an amazing extension and a great opportunity to create a more-than-special Mother’s Day gift. I enjoyed connecting with Leah and learning that one of her favourite spots is the Custom Woolen Mill near Carstairs, Alberta. I told her that I had grown up with the smell of raw wool and we gave each other a big hug. Thanks to my gang of grade three friends who made the arrangement for this magical activity!
Some people might be fearful of age, aging and the changes that passing years bring. For me, being 60 means a freedom to be and I stand firm in my gratitude for that.
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