Little poem to share with you today - it was written by George, our craft teacher Barbara's husband
The Card Maker's Lament
Cutting, embossing, glitter and glue
There's only so much that a person can do.
Folding it correctly, getting it square,
Measuring, measuring, taking great care.
If it's not tidy then Barbara will be cross,
But just at this moment I don't give a toss.
Still there are times when it works
and I make a good card
After all, it's a hobby
it shouldn't be hard.
So pass me the scissors
And wipe off the glue
I'll roll up my sleeves
And see what I can do.
I do like the company
The sandwiches too
And it isn't too long
From eleven till two.
So, I'll put in more effort
And maybe ONE day
Barbara might say "Well done",