2 this week: (both on the same day, to boot!)
*A private lesson with Sarah, who was absolutely riveting: she shared her love of history, combined with her years of service in the U.S. Army. and it made for a lovely interaction with her. She taught me so much, and as I told her "it's so nice to get out of my bubble of running this store/fabric/quilting" and just open up to listening and learning something new.
*Phyllis came to me to to learn about our Eversewn Sparrow 20 machine. She's 88 and has macular degeneration, so she needs a machine that she'll be able to easily use despite her vision challenges. She is funny, optimistic and a pleasant human being to be around. We jokingly shared of the perils of aging: weakened eyes, stiff back, achy bones, but knowing the importance of seeing the glass as 1/2 full!
Thank you, ladies, for choosing to cross paths with me this week - you are silver linings.
This pattern: (remember from last week?)