Last week I had a great time. Tuesday I left at about 4am for my sewcation in Utah. I was reminiscing on the ride up through the California foothills, thinking about previous trips taken to Utah with Elizabeth, and how both times we'd encountered snow. I felt a little sad that this trip in June would mean no snow.
Once I entered Nevada evidence of snow came and went along the mountains, but in my temperature controlled car, I didn't really notice any serious change in temperature.
Sure there was rain rain rain..and then I started noticing along the side of the road it looked like maybe there had been a big hail storm earlier. Then I looked at my temperature gauge and noticed it was dropping like a rock. Then the next thing you know I'm in a blizzard. No picture of that on my camera or phone, but believe me. BLIZZARD. Eventually that truck pulling a trailer pulled off the freeway but I just powered through it.. After maybe five hours or really more like 20 minutes it turned to slushy snow and then rain again.
Pretty exiting stuff for me. Anyway the rest of the trip to Nanette's was uneventful. The weather turned glorious over the vacation and we had a lovely time. Some sewing, some shopping, lunch out with our friend Lori. We tried to fool her but my instagram photos gave away where I was..no surprising her.
Lori of course brought gifts, I hate to even take it apart it's so cute. Lots of delicious fabric from her latest collection Vintage Happy. And I know that box of taffy has one of her famous egg sewing kits in it.. I just can't quite bring myself to take it apart yet. You can see one here on her instagram.