La primera impresion, jamas se olvida.
I am still on such a high from the festival that even though I returned from Houston last Sunday night things still don’t feel back to normal yet. The boys didn’t have school Monday and Tuesday and in my head are still a million emotions, smiles and new ideas.
My son with pollen allergies, unexpected car repairs, kids’ tuition, other obligations…we were having some stressful weeks but my husband and I decided we could swing it. The last minute decision, expensive plane ticket, a hotel not too close to the convention center, it was all worth it just for being standing right there.
your picture taken with Astronaut Karen Nyberg.” Wait a minute! I submitted my block for the Astronomical Quilt Challenge (http://youtu.be/qgJNcWncs8Y), I should go see her and look for the quilt. As I was standing in the very long line to meet Karen I heard someone call my name: Eduardo Ramirez from Quilters Mexico! It was so nice to see someone I know!
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red and white, some of them hanging from the ceiling in a big rotunda.
The group dispersed but some of us stayed because Quilters Mexico had an appointment with Karey Bresenhan, Founder and Director of the Houston Quilt Festival. Eduardo and I interviewed her: it is nice when you get to see how very important personalities still have their feet on the ground and are easy going.
El grupo se separo pero algunos de nosotros nos quedamos porque Quilters Mexico tenia una cita con Karey Bresenhan, fundadora y directora del Festival de Houston. Eduardo y yo la entrevistamos: y nos dio mucho gusto darnos cuenta como una personalidad tan importante todavia tiene los pies en la tierra y es facil de tratar.