I wrote three pieces for the homework in the five days we had, feeling so much better.
It’s odd, but I thrive better under a little pressure.
Anywho I arrived at The Shop with a little time to spare and saw that I’d been beaten there by Lauren and Becca. Both appeared extra smiley.
‘D’you want the good news or the good news?’ Bex asked, as Lauren giggled with an air of excitement.
It turns out that we’ve been granted funding and a permanent place to call our hub!
Granted, the funding ain’t gazillions, but it will help with materials. I was going to be looking at the room in a few days, when the keys were handed over.
The proviso was that we needed everything above and beyond board. That included needing a chairman, a treasurer and a secretary. Immediately I stated that I didn’t want anything to do with money or the receipts there of, as it isn’t my thing. The girls smiled and told me that that was fine as they wanted me as chairman, Lauren as treasurer and a third person, to be decided, as secretary.
After less than a moment we decided that the star baker of last week, Michael, should be offered it. He, however, couldn’t attend that week, due to his family commitments. Sad, because I was looking forward to his homework too.
Anywho, the class started and we had some fantastic written pieces on the word: ahem.
We then tackled the modelling of our masks. I will show some pics soon.
It was very therapeutic!
I used plaster of Paris; whereas the others used papier-mâché. They moved on to Paris after seeing how quickly I’d shaped the skull, I can tell you!
I left my head to dry and will come back to it during the next session to create my masterpiece. And then look up the word “masterpiece”.
The homework was: Jehovah. Terry Jones will be pleased.