Month: November 2014

As I see it.

5.00 am and all is dark, there is a gentle movement beneath my feet and despite the fact that I have the curtains pulled back its still completely dark outside and inside. Along with 100 other folk we are on the Endeavor of the Seas Cruise liner steaming our way through turquoise water to our first stop in the Caribbean. It means I get to teach 100 ladies for 3 hours in blocks of 25.  My project is part of a quilt  I designed last year inspired by the scenes I saw in Haiti and Belize. It's going to be a fun project.   The Houston Quilt Festival and Market is over.  I wait with anticipation for the these two weeks to come around each year. It really is the ‘pivot place’ for my year.   Everything is either, ‘before Houston or after Houston.’  Houston is the ‘place’   Its where we Tutors meet up and exchange ideas with our peers.  We meet at various venues throughout the year, we visit online, but that’s not the same …