I feel like Dorothy after she dreams of faraway places and travels to Oz, only to find out there really is “no place like home.” I adored every moment of my book tour, all the women (and men) I got to know personally, their stories and quilts, and spring Quilt Market was a fantastic experience.
And now . . . home. I’ve been hiking among the mountain laurel and ferns. Sketching every day. My goal is to sketch each day in June. To walk in my community and find the everyday gems I’m usually too busy to stop and appreciate.
I’m cooking – a lot. Nothing like food on the road to make me crave my own healthy cooking. Today my younger son and I made mini-pizzas for lunch, including our own pizza dough from scratch. “It’s as fun to make as it is to eat!” Yep, he really did say that.
And quilting. Even some hand work at night. Nothing I can share now, but I promise you’ll see it soon.
The pool every day. I’m getting golden brown even though I use an SPF 50 sunscreen. Today we were forced to take a break because it was raining – a downpour really. So, we sat on the screened porch and napped instead.
This weekend I’ll be at Lake Oconee in Eatonton at the Stitching Barn teaching my Color Mastery workshop. Join me and shop owner Becky Pittman for a fun-filled Saturday. Call 706.485.0028 to sign up or just say hi to Becky. Her shop is brand new this is grand opening week, so stop by, fondle fabric, and enjoy a bit of retail therapy. I will.