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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Hello from Lafayette, Indiana!

This is my evening!

About to go on!

So excited to be here with the Common Threads Quilters!

Baby, it's cold outside but hearts are warm in Lafayette, home if Purdue University!

Go Boilermakers!

9 comments:

  1. What a great big wonderful group! I know that they will all enjoy your lecture/trunk show because I sure did when you were last in Manchester, NH. I just noticed that with two more followers, you will hit 5000! yippee, You go, girl!

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  2. Looks fun! Both of my children attend Purdue! Boiler Up!

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  3. Looks like a good crowd. Hubby is a Boiler -

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  4. Bonnie, you were fantastic. Glad we had a huge crowd for you. Thanks for bringing all those quilts.

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  5. Bonnie, loved getting to see you tonight in Lafayette! Sitting here with my 2 new books making my wish list.

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  6. Wow you sure know how to draw a crowd! I know they enjoyed the lecture and will love the classes even more! A great way to end your travel year, I would say. Have fun!

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  7. Had a great time at your talk tonight! I am very inspired to make another quilt from Leaders and Enders. We also enjoyed chatting with you at Culvers later. Enjoy your classes, and keep warm.

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  8. Boy, I wish I knew you were going to be here. I'm just outside Indianapolis so about an hour from Lafayette. It might be the closest I'll ever come to being able to go to one of your classes.

    sdehnke@hotmail.com

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  9. Got my pharmacy degree from Purdue University-remember trying to get across campus in less than 10 minutes so I wasn't late for class!
    My adviser was learning to quilt, and when I would go in to see her she would complain about not being able to get her stitches even and I wasn't even able to touch a sewing machine due to having to study! But the sacrifice was worth it and I can now afford my hobby and the vintage machines that have moved into my life!

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