Monday, November 15, 2010

The Long Hello, Part III

And here are some of my students. I wish I could have photographed them individually, but time was short.

Zita, my fellow Canadian and student -- what are the chances? What's more, she's a PhD (a medical ethicist meets a medical journalist (me, but I'm a mere MA)-- yes, what ARE the chances??




My Robin of the big, mushy heart! And my good friend Jenny Doh (yes! Jenny Doh in my class). Again, what are the chances?

Danielle, the cutie from New York. I wouldn't let her cut the lace; I styled her instead!

The three graces. Another delicious shock was to find Amy Power (centre) in my class. Suz and her sweet friend, two giving hearts.

Three generations: Mother, daughter, granddaughter!! One more time: What ARE the chances?


Jackie, in the yellow sweater, so supportive and giving she brought tears to my eyes. The flower girl is Robin's sister, Roxie.

Wendy and... Denise (Corey Amaro's cousin). Dare I say it again: What ARE the chances?
That's it for today. I must get some groceries. See you tomorrow with more.

8 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:05 PM

    Colette, so wonderful to meet you. I'll remember our chats together always. Janey

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  2. Colette,
    I am famous ;-)
    What a pleasure it was to meet you and do your lovely project. You were such a calm and pleasant teacher. I hope you are back again!

    I am gathering items for my "boy" who wll have knickers, thanks to Amy Power's great idea!

    It is fun to live this all again through your pictures. I don't even remember you taking them!

    We will meet again!

    Big hugs,
    Suz

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  3. Aren't Amy and Danielle so sweet?! I wish I could have met Suz!How exciting that Jenny d was in your class! Oh and I loved the affordable dolls they carry at Second Chance Antiques. The oweners are so personable and kind!

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  4. Hey, Colette!

    I have been looking forward to your return to hear all about it! Thanks so much for sharing!! :)

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  5. So exciting to see your photos and hear about the wonderful friends and participants. I so wish I could have been there. Missed you !

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  6. Sweet Dear Collette I want to thank you for coming to Silver Bella and teach. I felt so deeply privileged to be able and take your wonderful class. You are the sweetest little person I know. I loved every minute we got to talk and your sweet canadian accent is something I will never forget. I do hope our paths will cross again. You are a delight to be around and I thank you.

    jackie

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  7. so lovely to meet you at SilverBella...I am still riding the bella high....can't wait for this coming weekend to get out all my goodies and finish up my projects.

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  8. Hello Dear Sweet Collette
    It was good to meet you at SB! Your class was one of my favorites that I will treasure in my heart. Everything did work out and made it home. Hugs Denise

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