I was in Toronto recently for the Wearable Art show. It was in a great venue this year on Bathurst and from there I walked to my suppliers for zippers (I never have enough of the right colour or size!) and to my favourite book store. On the way I passed a house I’ve always loved. It’s a little Victorian row house with a great attitude. It was a lovely day and I had time to do a sketch in my new trav.e.logue hand.book. I really like the quality of the paper and the size of the book. I was delighted to find these sketchbooks here in three sizes. I am a bit intimidated by the large size, but may use it in Kenya this January to sketch and tell the story. Yes, I am going back to Kenya, to teach Grade 8 in the mornings and rug hooking at the Community Centre in the afternoons. I’m currently gathering burlap and hooks to take. I’d like to say many thanks to the rug hookers at the Cobourg Hook-in this week who donated their extra hooks. They will be put to very good use.