What a busy Fall it has been. Unfortunately, that means I have once again neglected the blog.
Hubby and I enjoyed a 3 week trip to France. Five days were spent in Paris. We rented an apartment from the same company that we had the last time we were there. This one was the set for a comedy though with the apartment shaking every time the Metro (subway) went under the building. I won't go on but I could write a whole routine on our stay there. BUT we loved Paris once again. There is no other city quite like it. You hear a great deal about surly waiters and unhelpful people but our experience was just the opposite. Our neighbourhood was friendly, the restaurant and cafe staff very helpful and we even had people stop and ask if we needed directions. With luck, we will get back to Paris once more some day.
|The back of Notre Dame Cathedral|
All too soon our vacation ended and I hit the ground running with work teaching and lecturing at various locations across Ontario.
I returned once again to one of my favourite groups in Walkerton. Thank you quilters for your enthusiasm and warm welcome!
|Some of the Angles and Squares quilts from my last visit with the quilters from Walkerton.|
The quilters in Walkerton, I should probably say "members of the New Millennium Quilters Guild"
participated in the Colour Studies workshop after having me present my Colour Harmony Lecture the night before. Here they are with their Colour Study boards.
A great quote from Hugh MacLeod of www.gapingvoid.com
"Inspiration precedes the desire to create, not the other way around."