Thank you for all your kind comments. Life is what we make it and I plan to take more control over mine. In addition to planning events in Kansas City which I hope you will attend sometime, I plan to use the blog to do some teaching as well. It's been too long since I've had time to blog and share what I've been working on.
For now, I am in Spain to help with the Best of QuiltCon traveling exhibit and to teach classes at the Patchwork Festival in Sitges. It is my first time teaching students who don't all speak English which should be an interesting experience. I'll have a translator and I'm sure enthusiastic students. I've already met some wonderful quilters from several countries. With Google translate and my high school Spanish I'm getting by when I'm not with the lovely Amanda, the Member and Sponsor Manager for the MQG who speaks Spanish and has been so helpful and fun to hang out with! Check out our trek through the streets of Sitges with the quilts in tow!
In between setting up the exhibit, womaning the exhibit and prepping for teaching I've had time to explore the city, sample the food and drink and a do a bit of cultural exploration. I never thought that quilting would provide experiences like this.
The twin beds and the tiny room have been our biggest eye opener. We feel a bit like Lucy and Ricky if know what I mean!
The journey continues...