Driving to Springfield, MO on Monday, the skies were at times threatening with dark clouds and at times sunny with blue skies – you never know in the mid west! I only encountered a few raindrops though.¬† This was my first trip in the new car and it was quite comfortable, I’m still getting used to the differences from my old one which I think I like better, but this one is gaining favor!
Could this be the spot that inspired the “Longhorn Splashdown” quilt? There were no longhorns visible this day.
Roadside wildflowers are beautiful this time of the year.
My time at the Ozark Piecemakers Guild for two lectures and a Coneflowers workshop was delightful! Had a bit of an equipment malfunction but nothing that couldn’t be fixed. My hostess and everyone I met there at the meetings and in my workshop couldn’t have been nicer!¬† If I lived closer that would be a guild to join!
When I tried to take workshop pictures I discovered that my camera batteries were dead. Again.¬† I had packed the charger but it was in the bag that got left at the venue, not the bag that went with me to my lodging. I guess¬† I need to start making packing lists!
I arrived safely home yesterday (Thursday) afternoon to a huge backlog of email and stuff to put away so¬† today will be spent catching up and hopefully tomorrow I can get back to quilting on the elk!