Wow, has it been COLD around here this week. The high today was 59 degrees, and it rained the whole day!!! The rain is good for the garden, but it could be a little warmer for heaven sake.
I've been busy since I returned from CA and my visit with the Grandkids. We had a wonderful time and it was hard to get on the plane and know it would be a while before I would see all of them again.
Next Monday I will be teaching a "BEAD" class at Artistic Treasures in Bellefontaine. Right now I have 4 students, it should be fun. The project is an easy bracelet and it can be finished in about 8 hours so the students will have a good start on it by the end of the class.
Only 12 days until the NQA Show in Columbus. If you want to see some wonderful quilts and shop at great vendors come on down. If you want to purchase a small treasure for your very own check out the daily LQA (Little Quilt Auction) Silent Auctions and the live LQA Auction on Friday evening. I have donated a small quilt to the auction since the event started in 1992 at the NQA Show in Bowling Green Ohio.
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