Last day in Lowell was another busy one.
SAQA had a regional meeting at the Quilt Museum yesterday morning, so I went. It was so great to have an active SAQA group that was inclusive and serious about getting exhibits, doing mentoring, and talking about marketing. New Jersey has nothing. I saw the trunk show, "This is a Quilt," that Diane brought to the meeting to hand off to the MA group and honestly, it was terrific.
Spent the afternoon going back and forth between the excellent show at the Whistler and the one at the Brush. The Whistler did not have a theme this year. Norma Schlager has a quilt at the Brush and here she is at the Whistler opening with Diane and Karen Bettencourt.
I got home to no Internet, since Verizon is on strike. A little while ago I called Comcast to go back to cable because I am totally fed up. Internet service came on a few min ago so I thought I had better blog before it goes off again. GRRRRRR. Who knows when it will be up again? If I'm not blogging, this is why.