It all has to do with the new school year and my effort to do other things away from the computer. So one thing is I don't spend much time on facebook, or reading blogs and I have left my own blog in neglect.
But I had this thought.
Maybe I could just write a blogpost about the whole month of September and see how it goes.
This way you will know what I have been up to during the month and I will keep a track of my whereabouts as a diary.
So let's see.
September started by the sea......
School started and as our school grew bigger I have no English classroom this year. Although I am sorry about it there was no other way. This year we have a few new colleagues. One pf them really likes making things so here is something she furnished her classroom with!Isn't she amazing?
To Oreon Depot (Beautiful Depot), a traditional bistro,
Queen Olga after whom the avenue is named.A bit of controversy was caused by this.
to the International Trade Fair where we spotted various things like this horse made of discarded metal pieces.
We also visited Cheap Art where I bought a Nikos Vavatsis painting. Nikos is the brother of my ceramics teacher GeorgeVavatsis. I always wanted one of Nikos' paintings and Cheap Art exhibition is absolutely the great chance to buy good paintngs in a very reasonable price. I wonder why I didn't do it the previous years!
Fold Your Design. Alex is hubby's son. He and his girlfriend created a lovely multispace where you can have architectural and computer design as well as art workshops. I stitched their logo for their new place!
After the rain....
where Barca made a new friend!
Flea Market and Street Food SKG.. Although I loved what my crafters friends had there for me it wasn't really a flea matket but mostly a crafter's market! Anyway it was great going there too.
Look at Lia's of meandmamacreations cross stitch brooches and vintage plates as well as Angeliki's of pocoloco bookmarks and felt items.
On the way back from the flea market we saw the International Chefs Conference parade!
and was surprised to see the paintings at the theatre lobby.
They are all actors and actresses from Greece and abroad!You can see more of the photos at the previous blogpost!
Alexandros Dimitriadis. He used to be an Art teacher in my school. Alexander is really talented and has finished both the painting and the engraving schools of Art in Thessaloniki.
In September it was the first meeting of our Teachers' Association Drama Club, too.
After reading the new play we went out for dinner.We always have fun with them!
And Burial Rites by Hannah Kent which was amazing. These three were numbers 35,36 and 37 of my #readathon16 So Little Sleeping and So much Reading challenge.Stitch Along Joyful World Snowflower Diaries piece and managed to finish May and June.
Barca was always nearby!