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Monday, June 14, 2010

Visit to KC

 I was in north Kansas City for two days last week and did a trunk show program for the Northland Quilt Guild.  My hostess was Nicole, and I was so lucky to be able to stay with her - their cat, Gracie, slept with me most of the night.  Besides that, Nicole was the perfect hostess, had the perfect house, perfect children (her husband was out of town, but he's probably perfect too), but I liked her anyway.  She's used many of her quilts to decorate the walls and has a huge stack of them in the family room.  Although she's only been quilting a few years, you'd never know it by the quilts I saw.  They were beautiful and extremely well done.  There was a large north woods type rustic wallhanging in the family room that I wanted to stuff in my suitcase, but the suitcase was too small and the empty space on the wall would have been too big and noticeable.  Nothing in my house is rustic, plaid, or moosey, but I really liked it.

This is Nicole and her daughter, Kiera, and Kiera's pet miniature hamster, Rosie. Kiera was so cool, I tried to get her to come back with me for the summer and be my feline assistant.  She loves animals, and you should have seen her eyes when I said I had 19 kittens at my house.  Told her she would have to sleep with six kittens since all the bedrooms were full.  That was fine with her.  I don't know why her mom had a problem sending her only daughter across the entire state with someone she just met the day before.  Go figure.   I do hope they come and visit me as soon as I get an open bedroom.  Thank you both for making my trip to KC so wonderful.  I hope to see you both in the future.

Kiera and Rosie.

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad you had a wonderful visit and hope they are able to visit you in turn.

    But no one's perfect. Really. And the "perfect" lives are often the ones that are falling apart behind closed doors. Hopefully not in this case, of course! :-)