Seminar is in full swing in New Orleans. I arrived yesterday after a long night and three flights — from Anchorage!
I managed a power nap yesterday and joined three other members of NJNA for a fabulous dinner at Compere Lapin.
See our beautiful meals? I had an heirloom tomato salad and steak tartare — what could be better than that?
Today was the first day of classes. I am enrolled in “African Images” by Terry Dryden. We have a fabulous kit with many interesting threads. We started today by coloring and painting our canvasses. After lunch, we started stitching!
Tonight, Sue helped me recuperate from my travels with a simple dinner at the hotel. I hope that others will also post about their experiences. Meanwhile, to quote my daughter Meg — it’s been an awfully long day! Good night!