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Yet another adventure.

My musings,

I’m not a spring chicken by any means and yesterday  I began another adventure that has been given to me through my career in Quilting. I don’t know where it will end. I don’t really mind to be honest, I just count myself  lucky to have done the interesting things I have because I chose to be a Quilt Teacher…. or then again did I sort of fall into it?

The main thing for me is that I do it to the best of my ability. I’m a little hard on myself.

As I arrive back to my hotel this evening and make a coffee in the sudo coffee machine instead of my own barista style and eat graham crackers  instead of vegemite on toast or a nice cheese on crackers I enjoy what I have and I wonder  what else is around the corner?

I’m often asked how do you manage to do so much? Well,  to be honest, I don’t think I do, I just find myself in interesting situations and I make the most of every day.

To me this chosen profession has the reputation of being honest, respectful and I like to think of myself as a team player. (At least I try to be) I share my ideas on quilting with students because I love what I do and I have a passion that keeps bubbling to the surface. I have little or no control over the creative ideas that are always there under the surface and they often burst out with a sense of the ridiculous.

Life is too valuable to sit on the couch.

And besides I have the excitement of having my evening meal delivered to my room tonight, how good is that.  That doesn’t happen at home. !!!!

14 Comments

      • Wendy in Kennewick says

        You share it in spades! A friend of mine tells me “we make our own luck”. You inspire us to pursue whatever makes us happy and fulfilled. Thank you, friend!

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  1. Oh Pam Joy made me laugh out loud , first I smiled then laughed, you have caught the essence of joy completely in her body language and face. I will have to put her on my desk top so it will make me feel good every morning when I open up. I’m enjoying my arm chair travels most morning with you. Take care and enjoy Korea. Glenda FNQLD

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  2. lesley Hurt says

    I so enjoyed this blog, you are an inspiration. Such a joyful quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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