waving to you all with my nicely henna adorned hand
I’ve often thought about having one when I see the stalls at fairs and finally did when I had a gap between shows and there was no queue at the booth. It took me longer to browse her photos and choose a design than it did for her to draw – she was so adept and maintaining pressure on the bag and keeping the pattern flowing (a lot like icing really). Then I had to not bend my hand and keep it safe for 20 minutes (when I wondered why I gave her my right hand). Then picking off the dried bits of henna was fun. The dye darkened over 24 hours and now I keep catching a glimpse of the pattern on my hand – it should last for 2 weeks.
It was the last weekend of the Fringe and I finished in style with an amazing Quebec based acrobatic troupe – just watching them exhausted me.
Then my favourite comedian – Adam Hills, with the added interest that he has a sign language interpreter for his Sunday shows. Fun to watch the signs as well as listen to him.
A quiet week ahead but plenty to do with crochet projects and tidying the garden. Hope you all have a good one.