November always makes me feel nostalgic. The crisp air, the hint of wood smoke every now and then, the aroma and crunch of dry leaves—I’m transported to another place and time over the river and through the woods to my grandparents’ farm. Time is ever in rhythmical motion keeping everything tumbling and flowing from one beautiful song to another. How wonderful that we can take a bit of that beauty , slow it down, examine it, and capture it in our quilting creations and share our vision with others.
I’m sure I’ll be inspired by Cheryl Lynch’s “Turning Travel Into Treasures” talk even though most of my traveling is to nearby localities. We are lucky to have so many fun and interesting destinations right in our own area.