Are you ready for a last round of pictures of my journey this July? NO? Well….LOL- sorry…I can’t hear you ;)
From Chicago I flew to New Jersey to vist my family and attend the CREATE event. At Newark airport I was greated with this sign, which always makes me laugh but this time the more, since United let me check in an empty suitcase – as the full suitcase in the empty suitcase was 3 pounds too heavy. I was asked to pay 120 Dollars extra- so I just opened the bigger suitcase and took out my smaller suitcase and checked in the extra empty one for 35 Dollars. No need to voice my opinion- as always… a pleasure flying with you, United Airlines!
I had an amazing time with my family and friends- I miss them so much- family dinners, days playing with the kids, having fun times with my sis in law heading to antique stores, some fun time with my parents in law, an afternoon with my friend Joe, a lunch with my friends Bill and Karen – it was wonderful and I hope I see them soon again.
The classes at Create started with an amazing inspiring sight- at our hotel took also an Indian Wedding with four hundred guests place. The clothing and colors, the music, the smell of yummie spices – AMAZING!
My first class with Michelle Ward. I so love her work for many many years- and it was awesome to finally meet her and take a class in person. I had lot’s of fun.
I wrote about why I think it is good as a workshop teacher to step once in a while into the shoes of a student in my July newsletter. I absolutely loved the time in those shoes :) I will show you my finished book later- I need to finally get some studio time.
Next I took a class on colored transfers
And here is a photo by Cheryl taking a photo of me taking a photo of Julie taking a photo of food- hehehehe
It was a whirlwind visit in NJ – but I loved going on a little motorcycle ride with my brother in law- he so rocks :) right before heading out to the airport.
So much fun
That’s it , you made it through gazillions of posts about my travels. Thanks for letting me share!
What was the last Workshop topic you have taken a class for?
Have a gorgeous day