Sunday, June 14, 2015

blogging in the airport.

 Saturday
 morning I spent a few hours in terminal A at DFW.  Except for the fact that there don't seem to be any real bookstores there, it was a pleasant place to spend time.  Lunch was the highlight of the day.
No, these are not colorful luncheon napkins, they are fat quarters of you-know-what.
For a person who claims not to buy fabric, I have made a liar of myself once again.  Inspired by the students in my Fearless Color class, I am ready to play again, between laundry and packing for South Africa.  We shall see if I am as good as my intentions.  In the meantime, here are a few of the things that were on the wall last Friday.  I did not get pix of all of them, sadly.


Time to get back on my eastern time schedule, so that's it for tonight. 

3 comments:

Linda Hicks said...

i LOVE these combos of color/pattern...so striking! A favorite meal as well. How terrible to be wo a bookstore, but maybe there were newstands. Glad you could enjoy yourself regardless. Onward to So Africa! Wow

Charlotta said...

I love what was on the wall Friday! It must've been a very good day! Wish I had more days like that! And I really, really wish I were going to South Africa, it's the one place in the world I'm very much hoping for a chance to visit - the one place where if somebody said I could go anywhere in the world, I'd pick it FOR SURE.
Can't wait to hear what you do there.

Connie Rose said...

South Africa? WOW! How cool. Teaching, eh? I've been following you as always, but not saying much these days. I do love your experiments with solid fabrics. Have a fabulous trip! xoxo