Its good to be home, though, and I had a great day at the market on Saturday. I keep meeting the most wonderful and interesting people. I just love what I do, and being able to get out and share what I do with others.
The young lady that bought my first 'girls'' creation last weekend came running up to me to tell me that she had worn her new top and how much everyone liked it, how special it was to her. That made my day right there....I'm grinning right now, just remembering!
And of course, I can't ever figure out how to get the pictures laid out here, and when I finish and it is a finalized blog post, it looks nothing like what I have tried to do in process. Technology....I don't know, it has its good points and its bad, and my biggest problem is that my learning curve is arrow straight! Hahaha!! That's why, with all of the fancy digital computerized interfacing sewing machines out there, I keep buying the "mechanical" models. I would have to take a class if I had one of those fancy ones.
I will stay 'low-tech' as long as I can get away with. I like the results of my 'mechanical' labors just fine.
Until next time, practice patience and practice peace....