The week before last was a bit of a shambles, Maestro had had a big blow up with the owners of the restaurant. He got blamed for something that he didn't do and got yelled at over the phone on his day off right before he was set to start at trade school. He was already to just quit and head up to Queensland with a mate who has a side hustle. But it turns out he will have to repay for his apprenticeship which the owners have stalled for 6 months. It will all blow over once he goes back to work because that's how these guys operate, a couple entitled rich kids who have never had to work for what they have been given.
He has got through his first 2 weeks of trade school and passed his first exam. Another 2 weeks to go for this session.
That Monday I was functioning on no sleep whatsoever so I just crashed, Monday night which is my usual blog, everything was still up in the air, but by Wednesday the Queensland plan was off and though still angry he was accepting that he needed to stay where he is. He spoke to the Head Chief who is going to have a word with the owners.
I was all set to blog last Monday night when we got a thunderstorm struck over 3 suburbs in Adelaide ours being one of them. We were hit with between 60mm and 80mm of rain in an hour. Our backyard was a foot underwater and the pottery shed got flooded, Mo's wheel was up to the motor in water when rescued it. Maestro's old room which is detached from the house leaked and a big part of the carpet were soaked as well as some electrical equipment. We have spent the last few days cleaning up. Luckily the carpet was just a room sized edged piece (no underlay just like a mat) on a tiled floor. DH use an old carpet cleaner that we had in storage to suck most of the water out of it and the weather has been warm so we were able to drag it out onto the veranda to dry. Day 3 and it is finally done. There was a whole day of washing towels that we used to soak up the mess. Nothing like the floods on the other side of the country but enough to be a nuisance.
Mo started back at Uni last week and she had her first life drawing class yesterday. They started them off with a Male, he did wear a mask but that was all. Mo said she was fine until the last hour when he faced her and kept making eye contact. She said he had a blank face for so long because she couldn't sketch it while he was looking at her. She is only doing 3 classes this semester but we haven't seen too much of her since she started so there is lot of home work to do. 2 of the classes are animation related which is the part that she likes the least about the course, she much prefers illustration.
lti colours but I've seen the finished one in one colour and I've changed my mind. Might doing it in hot pink which means I need to buy more yarn but have enough to start.
Have spent the weekend drooling over cross stitch patterns from the Nashville show.
Since my last report I have only had 1 or 2 days off from doing my 15 minutes.
Head over to Kate's to see how everyone is going.
Sounds like way toooo much excitement in your neck of the woods. Hope all of Maestro's drama has blown over with no lingering issues. Good luck to Mo with this semester. Sounds like she'll have her hands full with just the 3 classes. Love the crochet pieces, either would make beautiful throws.
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