|A tray full of marionette parts before bagging them up into kits|
Soon we were enjoying a delicious meal with Sasha friends - it was wonderful to meet everyone and renew friendships face to face which are usually conducted online. Some people had traveled a considerable distance for the celebration - we had one person from Australia, one from Germany, one from Switzerland, one from Spain and two from the USA. We sat with Lorraine, Jocelyn, Alison (whom I had not met before), Jo, Iris and Jane W.
|Melanie and Nina - my two newest Sasha girls at the dinner table on Friday evening|
|Isabel my daughter's Makie doll at the dinner table|
|Edmund and Laura like the look of their girl's chocolate and orange pudding|
|Melanie and Nina, my pudding, with Jocelyn and Alison enjoying their conversation|
After dinner the £1 bazaar was held (we made 2 donations and bought one thing) and we took our raffle contributions to one of the rooms the Sasha Celebration was using, bought some raffle tickets and admired Janet's glorious dolls already on display.
|Janet's beautiful dolls awaiting more friends|
|The Robin Hood scene with Janet's dolls|
|Janet and Ginger's lovely dolls as Robin Hood and Maid Marian (thanks for the correction Janet)|
The top raffle prize was a doll with a beautiful sweater and accessories donated by Gayle, who could not join us for the Celebration.
|Mikey waiting for the Saturday and his new lucky owner|