Saturday, March 18, 2006
a busy two days of rugby. Last night the Western Force lost again - they haven't won a game yet but they are improving - they have lost so many players to injury and they are having to play apprentices so they will get better. NZ Sevens, though, won the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games which was pretty exciting stuff even though Channel 9 chose to only show part of the second half - probably because Australia wasn't in the final. Overnight, my beloved Hurricanes won in South Africa and I think Ian is trying to choose between the Blues, who beat the Brumbies, and the Crusaders but, because he is fickle, it will always depend on who is winning. This pic is of Piri Weepu.
Far more mundane, this morning I went to a little workshop using the distress inks - nothing I didn't already know but it always pays to check things out and it triggered an idea for the Darling Harbour hands on workshop.
Very humid in Perth still - tomorrow I shall back to more textiley things. The roof man came today and hung the chains from the roof - instead of downpipes - they look good.