Written by Laura Chaney, Daughter
Well, this week has been a bust for doing crafting or sewing of any kind. I’m in Boston for our annual conference on international education. I’d like to tell you about how amazing and inspiring the city of Boston is, but all I could really describe for you is the inside of the conference center. Oh and Panera down the street from my hotel where I stumble zombie-like each morning in search of coffee and a bagel.
I brought along my English paper-piecing kit, all packed up in my little Yazzi, and I’ve managed to baste FOUR hexagons. That’s right, four. Not even enough for my favorite little Grandmother’s Flower Garden block. I was also hoping to get some work done on the blog, including drafting some blog posts about Quilt Market, but it just hasn’t happened with the conference schedule, receptions and networking.
I’m heading home tomorrow, and hoping to get back to sewing ASAP once I’m back in San Francisco, but the reality is that this is my life with a day job. Or at least life in a week with a cross-country conference.
Nonetheless, I wanted to be sure to put up THIS post so that people can link-up their blog posts. Please do take a few minutes to visit the blogs of the participants and leave them a comment. Comments really do make our day, even if it’s just a note to say you stopped by to read the post.