Sunday, October 7, 2007

Learning from Talented People...always

Every now and then I get to meet some wonderful, talented people. Here's one of them. Ronda K. Beyer. Yesterday I was able to attend the Southern California Longarm Group (I've always been a guest, and finally officially joined...next thing you know I volunteered to be a Co-Vice President...how did that happen???). Anyway, we met at Cranberry Quiltworks and the guest was non-other than the talented Ronda K. Beyer. She is awesome and inspiring.
And pictured below is Gina Halladay...another wonderful, talented lady. Here she is pictured awarding a raffle prize to our guild--thread. You-can-win-thread: four words a longarm quilter loves to hear!
For the past three days Ronda K. Beyer had been teaching at Cranberry Quiltworks. I passed by one day and took a pic of Gina and Sharon...two ladies attending her workshop and who have blogs I visit now and then, here in the blog-o-sphere. It was fun to meet them in person. Super nice. Can't you tell?

4 comments:

DearGina said...

Was so fun to meet you too Vivian! Wish we could have had more time to chat! Great pics! Im going on a diet:::grin::

Ronda Beyer said...

I ditto what Gina said, I was hoping to chat a bit more.... Maybe when you come to see your family in Oregon. Thanks for your kind words, I enjoyed my time at Cranberry and meeting new friends..

gina said...

Thanks for the post about Ronda's workshow and lecture at Cranberry Quiltworks. Her work is amazing. She is certainly a talent who will be known by many others in the months to come. Thanks Vivian.

Sharon said...

I too wish we could have spent more time chatting. How on earth did you sneak that picture in??? Sneaky girl you.