|One month of frantic madness.|
This is a long overdue blog post. Since I've moved to Johannesburg I've been so busy, and when not working, just exhausted, writing has been rather low on my list of priorities. I haven't found a home yet, still staying at my sister's house. Time to get things worked out and sorted.
Here are a few pictures of what I've been up to, nothing exciting like flying or sailing around the world, but keeping me alive and fed. The Rise and Fall of Apartheid exhibition was built when Myles, my brother, was in hospital having his prostrate removed. His test results have since come back clear which is a huge relief. The exhibition was built on site in the Africa Museum, a very beautiful building from 1913, the old Johannesburg market. The building houses some very old and forgotten documents and artifacts, now being documented and digitized so access will be easier via the internet.
|Erecting the Prasa promotional stand at Johannesburg station|
|Paper Planes and Pipe Dreams show stand|
There were obviously lots of other stands like the cake competition and organizations offering wedding venues, flower arranging,dresses and even a Buick
In general, I'd say they were two pleasant days on site. It amazes me how stressed and strung out exhibitors get on the day before a show, very funny actually. With these two simple stands however, we were on time and on top of it.
It has been said to me that 2014 is the year of the horse in the Chinese calendar, well we've been at full gallop from the beginning of the year. Thank you Lord.
Some more pictures:
|cake competition entries|