Gentle Reader yesterday was a big day.
A teacher and friend had a book signing of her newly release Respect the Spindle. A book with all her years of experience poured out on the pages.
The signing appropriately happened at Mecca.
It was a banner day, why even the Canadian Factor showed up.
So honored was I to attend attired in clothing I had both spun the yarn and knit the garment. None of which would not have been completed so nicely if I had not had lessons from Abby.
I found it humorous that Abby was afraid no one would show up.
They did… in droves.
Her book flew off the shelf, as did a goodly sum of fiber and, yes… plenty of spindles.
Therefore, when Abby announced that her husband had gotten her a henna pen, because “someone might want their breast signed”…who was I to resist.
I present the only known Franquemontized breasts.
I have a spinner’s soul in a marked body.
Life could not possibly get better.
woot! those are hot!
The signature? It sure is! 😉 LOL
I’m so glad you had the courage to do what most of us could not. Great pics, by the way!!!
It was great to finally meet you in person.
Hmmm what can a man say – without getting in to deep
You totally rock girl!!!!!!
Looks and sounds like a lot of fun was had! Glad you had a great time!
Ha ha! That’s great. It never even occurred to me to ask for her to sign my boobs. Of course with the hubs and the kids in two, I guess that would’ve been too inappropriate. Wish I could have stayed and hobnobbed with all of you.