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Once again we are readjusting with some restrictions lifting, some businesses reopening and some kids back at school. Hopefully there is an idea or two here that will suit your situation and brighten up your day.
I’ve always been a fan of Sim from Winterwares. We met years ago at Perth Upmarket, got chatting and traded a few of our wares (I often pile a generous amount of after dinner choccy in one of her beautiful bowls). Sim has created these beautiful Clay at Home kits.
With all the screen time our kids are having with the home schooling thing I think these Rachel Castle colouring pages are winning all round. I’m hoping for one or two of these for Mother’s Day on Sunday. The “Can Someone Make My Mother A Cup of Tea Please” seems pretty fitting.
I loved this powerfully touching video from Tom Foolery “The Great Realisation”.  It reminded me of The Lorax by Dr. Seuss and I wonder as we go through this Coronavirus crisis and begin to come out the other side will we revert to our old ways?
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