Virtual class

I haven’t been a very good teacher at virtual class of late and even this week haven’t set the best of examples. When one of my students asked what I was doing she (I was going to say “galvanised me into action”, but I think that suggests a degree of enthusiasm that just wasn’t possible) prompted me to get out of my chair and actually “do something”.

Twenty minutes later I’d made this

Hardly sewing I know, but as the lemons are coming on at a great rate, I’d rather use them gradually than have a glut. Mum loves Lemon Curd too, so I need to keep her supplied!

My students are all doing well and keeping up with their projects, some even starting new ones but we’re all hankering to go back to actual class. When that will be with this alarming increase in COVID cases in Melbourne is anyone’s guess.

Trusting you and yours are safe and well.

Meredithe x

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5 Responses to Virtual class

  1. Pat Andrew says:

    What do they say when life gives you lemons !!!. It looks delicious and you have inspired me to use my bowl of lemons.

  2. Well, stay safe in the meantime. One of these days we’ll get back to something that allows for more sociability..

  3. Helen f says:

    You have been a busy girl M!! Looks yum!!

  4. frayedattheedge says:

    I love lemon curd, I must put making some on the (rather long) to-do list!

  5. Gail says:

    My recipe for lemon curd is open and at the ready…but unlike you, I have yet to rally! I am inspired now! We are thinking of you all down south, such a pity that this ‘unmentionable’ and anti-social virus has reared its head once again. Happy stitching, in the meantime.

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