Pumpkin passport: August 

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We visited India. I’m glad India is part of the adventure, my Dad worked in India (commissioning cement plants) & most of the girls I teach have Indian heritage,  I went to school & grew up in the area, I found it really strange when we moved to a different area, missing the Indian ladies in their brightly coloured silks. 

Anyway, here’s the progress so far, I cannot believe we are almost half way along the bottom row now. 

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  1. I love it! I know what you mean about missing the colour; when I lived further south, there was a large Sikh community which really added to the local culture. Up here, it’s a different cultural mix, and I miss the colour!

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