This was the world outside of my hotel window as I threw open the curtains from my hotel room yesterday morning.
It had snowed overnight. It was BEAUTIFUL outside!
Cold. Crisp. And I was ever so happy that I packed for this weather. I was prepared!
Spring snow is different. It comes with a feeling of “This is only temporary so enjoy it while it lasts.”
Even the roads remained clear, as they have been warmed by several days of spring weather. This is just the way I like it. Keep the snow on the yards, the fields, the roofs and trees, but keep it off the streets because we have people to see, places to go and are in a hurry to get there.
Pretty pretty pretty!
Meet the Apron Brigade!
After last week’s discussion on aprons, these sweet ladies made it a focus to all wear aprons to the workshop, and made one for ME TOO!
How cute is this?? LOL!
Happy triangle cutters.
The most adorable little blocks were coming quickly together.
Such a great day to play inside with snow blowing outside.
We all went nuts over this version with the black backgrounds. WOW!
There is more to be seen in the slide show below.
It was an AWESOME day with a full class of 51, and I’m looking forward to our luncheon presentation today.
I’ve had some trouble with the hotel internet and this is late posting, and I’m even later getting ready to head over to the Eagles lodge where the luncheon is happening.
Even BETTER – Rick & Mona are here visiting their daughter and granddaughter Carmen and Mona’s mom about an hour away. They are going to swing by and see me this afternoon and have offered to take the remaining book boxes home with them. Hooray for good friends!
Tomorrow I fly off to Michigan. Whoohooo!
The quilty adventure continues.
Quiltville Quote of the Day!
There is always a life lesson to be found in any situation. Especially when those situations keep coming back.
Just like I should KNOW that people will choose to be ticked off by something I say that doesn’t agree with their viewpoint on “whatever.”
Thank you for the support, the kindness and the words of “Stick to your guns, sister!”
Because I can’t be less than I am to appease what someone else’s view of me is in their own mind.
Life has thrown some whammies lately, but as my friend Karen said to me just this morning: “Breathe as deeply as you can and trust it will all work out the way it's supposed to...think of it like quilting a king size quilt on a domestic machine - just focus on what's under the needle and bunch up the rest and be the boss of it. “
Basal cell carcinoma can be dealt with. I have a consultation on the 23rd. They ddint' get it all with the biopsy, so we'll do it again and be sure they DO get it all. And we quilt on.
Have a great Saturday, everyone!