...yep, I'm back!
We came home from Ireland in the middle of a thunderstorm. DIA was shut down because of the storm -- the plane circled for a while, then ran out of gas and had to go to Colorado Springs to wait and get refueled.
Voila -- we get home all right. And only 2 1/2 hours late.
Was Ireland wonderful? You bet. (And yes, I'll pass on a report.)
But yesterday I had to fly to Georgia for a teaching/lecture gig at the Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum in Carollton, GA. (If you're in the Atlanta area, come on Friday night for a free lecture on Crazy quilts!)
Class today was relaxed and fun -- and we have stuff EVERYWHERE.
All the elements for a great Crazy quilt class.
More tomorrow, when I can figure out what time it is, and where I am. (The bod doesn't have a clue yet.)
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