Saturday we met Cheryl and Amanda for breakfast and then went over to see all the vendors. We made pillowcases in the charity section and viewed more quilts. Teri and I happened to be be on hand for Kafe Facett's talk on his quilts. He is a famous designer and can also be looked up on the internet. For quilters it is like meeting Elvis. The other famous person we saw was my friend Cheryl, she got to demo her light up quilts. She is a clever, talented artist. Each of the quilts has LED lights. I then went to dinner at my friend Mari and Shawn's house. They have a beautiful home in the suburbs of Houston. Their house was warm, inviting and lovely. I found out that Houston has NO zoning laws, so you can build a gas station next to a mansion. They have moved into a planned community, that way they can't have that happen. It is always nice to see college friends.
I left early Sunday morning. It was too short of a time to spend with Teri and see all that needed to be seen.
I have added a pictures of my disintegration artwork. The leaves here are almost finished, but the Crepe Myrtle is always the last to turn. The project on the right, that is hard to see, fell on the ground and I had to rehang it. It got so heavy from the rains.
We have been making pumpkin pies quite a bit, yummy for breakfast. My grandma would always take the extra crust and make little cinnamon rolls. I like making them for the kids, it reminds me of grandma. She also gave me a love of sugar cookies, fudge and fried egg sandwiches. We lived with my grandma most of my life until I was 21. I miss her.