Today's blog is dedicated to my Nanny and Granddad, Doreen and Malcolm.
Nanny is a talented and wonderfully creative lady. Even though she's retired, she isn't just sitting around in the garden, she's even busier than she was when she worked!
This morning she sent me an email at 7:40 in the morning to show me these:
She's made them out of paper! How cool! It beats my origami 'flower' any day.
It's not just animals she makes out of paper. My Nan makes the most beautiful cards which she sells at craft fairs all over the country. She also knits amazingly complicated scarfs, she cooks and wears really funky clothes. She even paints her nails every week! I mean, what a cool Nan!
If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be such an enthusiastic knitter!
As, for Grandad, well he is the most enthusiastic reader I've ever met. He's always got his nose stuck in a book and they've got the most amazing wall in their house, completely covered in book shelves. He used to be a type setter (organised book's layout) and after that he was a proof reader, so naturally he's getting involved in my writing competition/anthology project!
There is a lot to learn from grandparents, so don't rule them out. What could you learn from yours?