I also got to see Jennifer Perkins again and meet her sister and family too! They stopped by on Saturday night to visit us at the vendor event.
Here's a photo of me and Lesley Chandler, with her artwork from my Beyond the Unexpected class. It was 85 degrees outside but freezing inside so I wore that scarf all the time to try to keep warm! I was a naughty girl and didn't take any photos. So I snagged this from Lesley's blog. thanks Lesley!
On the way home I started reading the Da Vinci Code. I was resisting reading it for so long, mostly because I was being elitist and thinking if that many people like it can't be that good. But I am really enjoying it. Lesley Riley is to blame, she read it on her way to Dallas and talked about it so much, now I am hooked. I can't wait to get all ready for bed, snuggle down and get back to reading!
So nice to see Pictures from the weekend! You may want to warn Paul that the book you are reading can cause~ falling of the face of the earth!~ until it is finished.
I read it about a year ago-and just could not stop! That kind of experience is an adventure and a welcomed respit from the busy lives we have.
I'm Cheryl and I'm one of the new 'Fiskars Sisters' (Ambassadors). I'm headed for home (California) tomorrow. We're wrapping up the Fiskars Creative Academy. I enjoyed your work so much and I'm looking forward to seeing the end result. It's exciting to be a part of this. So excited. Thanks for all you've done. Love your work. Keep it coming. Fun, fun, fun!
Read a better book.
Greetings from Holland
I wish I had a pic of my cousin, you both could be sisters!