Sunday, May 20, 2012

Such Sweet Sorrow

Saying goodbye to my friends was so hard. I cried. A lot. My shuttle left the hotel around 5 this morning. I think I got an hour of sleep. My kids and Curly are sure glad to have me back, but I feel like I left a piece of my heart in The Quilted Fish booth. I'll do a wrap up soon. I will also share several embarrassing situations I found myself in, involving Canadians and Indians, and famous fabric and pattern designers. I have a real talent for sticking my foot in my mouth. Luckily my besties love me so.

7 comments:

Jamie Lee said...

Okay, I'd like to know what fabrics were the best. I want to be prepared to buy some from the sample spree on Etsy tomorrow and this week when sellers make them available. What do you recommend? I have seen your posts and the Jolly Jabber, but I am wondering what the most popular/highly sought after was.

Can't wait to hear your stories!

Lisa said...

Sounds like the title of a great book:
"Canadians,Indians, Famous Fabric and Pattern Designers". Catchy, no?

Caren said...

It's so hard to come back to "life" sometimes, I know. Keep on counting your blessings, J! :) C

patty said...

You'll find me at 7-11 buying lottery tickets. If I win a lot of money, I'll set you up in a fabric store. Wouldn't that be fun? Then every day would be a quilt fabric day.

About Sheri said...

Jana, I was one of the lucky ones to meet you in person. Won't ever forget my new bud, Jana. Hope to see you again at another Quilt Market.

Amanda got lucky when she found you. :)

Love and best, Sheri (Berry) McCulley

Brooke said...

So, so enjoyed hangin' with you and all the laughs and fun!! Enjoy the memories - see you in ____!!?

Mama Pea said...

Already miss you. ;-) I had fun with you!