Robin had her mother and her daughter Sam with her. I hadn't seen Sam since she was 11 or 12 years old. She is now 17 and is a really pretty nice young woman. I would never have recognized her, and even when Robin said "This is Sam".. I shook her hand and it didn't even dawn on me that it was Sam the daughter. Kids really grow up fast. Robin's mom was very nice, and I think I could get lots of laugh time if I spent any time with them. They are getting ready for Passover, and I always envy them and their food laden holidays. I like the way there is a reason for eating certain things on certain holidays.
When I got home there was a message from a reporter from our local newspaper. The AQS sent a press release to the newspaper, and he is planning on writing a story about my quilt, Grace, and he wanted a picture of me with it. Grace is already in Paducah, so I emailed a picture of me and my mini that is in the museum. The AQS sent something last year, and no one called, I didn't think anyone would call this year either. I almost didn't return his call. The last thing I am is a publicity hound. And it creeps me out that they want to put anything about me in the paper. But I figured that he would just call me back, and I didn't want to have to pose for a picture.. so I gave in.
I am going to work on my guild challenge piece this weekend, and that's about it.