I went to the wildflower field guide hoping for names, but I came away with so much more.
As a beginning birder, the expertise of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology birders teaching me wasn't nearly as important as their patience.
When I saw that my quilt guild had a beading class with Lisa Yoder coming up, I debated with myself about taking it. I've been beading on fabric for years and have even done demos at the guild on basic beading techniques. What more was there to learn? Fortunately, I talked myself into taking the class.... Continue Reading →
I don't make New Year's resolutions because I don't believe in starting over or changing overnight. But like most people, as the new year approaches, I reflect on where I've been and where I want to go. My 50th birthday is coming up in March, so 2015 has a monumental feel. I've been an adult for... Continue Reading →