So how has 2018 been for you? Some may say a bad year some may say a good year but if we were all to sit down and reflect I am sure we can find both high and low times. The world certainly isn’t a better place. However God keeps his promises and he clearly states in the Bible all the things that will happen as end times approach. If you do study the Bible or decide to start you maybe horrified to discover there is worse to come. The good news is that those who believe in him will not perish and what we are promised in the next life overcomes all of this.
…so back to 2018. We have had births and deaths, laughs and tears, struggles and joy which I foresee again in 2019. At least one more baby due in our family so the crocheting will continue. I also plan to travel although not quite sure which destinations yet.
Coffee and craft will continue once a month to raise funds for Kiwoko hospital as well as taught classes in embroidery and patchwork. Some of us have already planned a little retreat in Donegal in February to get the year going. My last New Year resolution was to finish projects and that I did although some still lurking. This year I hope to finish my present city and Guilds in hand embroidery. I will also be doing some work with the museum on the Game of thrones tapestry again and have other work of my own inspired by my voluntary work at MountStewart. I hope to tapdance with our little group also as much as work allows and regarding work a few changes maybe in order there as well.