While my family is snowed in with about 12 inches of snow in Virginia, I am out in Denver, nearly snow free, at a gathering of Craftsy Instructors.I am also about 300 feet away from where the Denver Broncos are sleeping before the big game. They're just past a polite guard down the hall from my hotel room. I haven't seen them though and other than guessing from their size I wouldn't recognize them anyway.
Instead, I have been meeting quilting celebrities, learning about using Facebook, editing photos for better pictures of my work, and getting to know some really fabulous folk.
Proof positive that a dimly lit pub for the meet and greet isn't the best place for photos. I'll try to edit this one later when I've got a bit more time, but pictured are (L-R) Donna Thomas, Lori Kennedy, Mimi Dietrich, Barb Eichmeier, Alex Veronelli (Aurifil is an event sponsor), me peeking around, and Kelly Ashton. (my instructor links to some of their classes are included.)
To sort of compensate for that awful picture, here's a shot of the Arkansas river and dam near my parents' home in Pueblo CO.
I'll be back soon with better pics and more quilty goodness. There's no place like home, even if I am having a good trip. If your in the big snow fall, stay warm and safe.