I am writing this from freezing cold Melbourne (Australia) We are visiting friends and family as the girls are on Hong Kong summer school holidays.
It has been great to get some respite from the heat and humidity of Hong Kong. I am missing home though. We are all missing the Shropshire boy/daddy. We will be home next week, and school commences again for Abbey in the middle of August.
I have to share some photos of a recent creation. I joined the lovely Cam from CurlyPops to make a hot water bottle cover for the 2013 Hottie Challenge. There was a recent exhibition of all the amazing hotties (see lots of photos here on Cam's blog)
The finished hotties are donated to the Margaret Pratt Foundation, so that they may be sold to raise funds. The aim of the Foundation, as stated on their website is:
The Margaret Pratt Foundation Heart Lung Transplant Trust is a registered charity whose aim is to encourage, develop and maintain Australia's world class expertise in the field of organ transplantation by supporting research that addresses the problems faced by children and adults after heart and lung transplant.
If you know Cam or follow her CurlyPops blog, you will already know she is the recent recipient of a double lung transplant. She has been given the gift of a new life. The hottie challenge is important to her.
My entry to the hottie challenge was an idea I have had rattling around in my head for months: to make a rainbow out of ric rac. I love how it turned out. This will not be the last ric rac rainbow you will see in the land of the Raspberry Rainbow. When I get back to Hong Kong, I have plans.
Have a great week.