Getting to grips with a good book has had to take a bit of a back seat due to other demands. I think the only 'reading' I'm managing at the moment, is the odd flick through a magazine. My favourite at the moment for vintage style, is 'Vintage Life', and you're bound to find a copy on my bedside table!
♥♥♥ Gorgeous dresses ♥♥♥
A few little fancies in readiness for May Day Fayre...
Now, on a completely different note, I'd like to share something with you. On Sunday we had the privilege to watch the Watoto children's choir perform. These children have been orphaned by war, disease and have endured much. However, they have been rescued and adopted by the Watoto organisation, and are given opportunities in life to grow and become the leaders that they want to be, working towards a better future for themselves and their country of Uganda. I'll tell you one thing, their experiences are heart breaking, but to see the smiles on their faces, knowing that they have been saved by the grace of God, leaves one feeling deeply touched, and puts life into perspective. We have so much to be grateful for! If you've been a reader of my blog for some time now, you will know that we had the honour and privilege to have some of the children stay with us last year whilst on their UK tour, and they crept deep into my heart! The joy that pour from their souls are tangible! This time round they are spending a week in our neck of the woods, and they leave on Sunday to perform for none other than Her Majesty, the Queen, in a set of Jubilee celebrations that will be taking place. Wow! Here are some pictures from Sunday...
If you would like to find out more about Watoto, do visit their website, or look them up on Facebook. And if they ever happen to be in your vicinity, do not miss the opportunity to see them! You will not be disappointed!
And on that note, I'll bid you good night!
Sweet dreams, Tania ♥♥♥