Friday, November 4, 2011

Dinner At Eight Artists have, well, Dinner At Eight in Houston!

Friday evening at the Houston Quilt festival we were so excited to gather in Spencer's restaurant for our artist-dinner.
Just in case you aren't sure whether we have a great time together at our D@8 gatherings, please observe the following:
Indigo Perez, Judy Coates Perez' daughter, took a lot of photos of our evening.
I promise that Jamie and I will add more as soon as we receive them.
For some reason, I didn't get a shot of the entire table.  
One of the unknown benefits of d@8 is you get to learn the fine art of "Spoonology". 
Observe:
Barb Forrister (L) and Susan Fletcher King (with Judy & Indigo Perez)
practice their skills
Jamie sets her spoon up while Linda Teddlie Minton cracks up
There's a first time for everything - Terry Grant's first Festival and spoon experience!

some of us have other skills.  Who is this?
Why, it is Ms. Napkinhead*
There is more than one way to practice Spoonology.
Just ask Susan Brubaker Knapp!
Gerrie Congdon says, "Wow, Susan!  You have good spoonology skills!"



*Frances Holliday Alford






6 comments:

  1. OK - I just showed my husband what a refined group of women I hang out with. LOL

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  2. I'm sure he was very impressed with our level of sophistication, wasn't he?!

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  3. LOLOLOLOLOLOLLLLL!!!
    Wish I could have been there!

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  4. That was the most fun I've had in ages ... my sides are still aching from laughter! Thanks again for a fabulous exhibit experience, and a wonderful dinner together.

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  5. I agree with both of you: Natalya, you were missed. Linda, it was a magical evening. I have a friend who calls these events "exquisite moments". This was such a moment.

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  6. Loved, loved, LOVED being with all of you that night! I really needed a good belly laugh. Thanks for sharing all of the fun photos. I will be posting mine on my blog soon.

    By the way, I learned my spoon skills by working all my summers during college at the YMCA camp for the city of Pittsburgh. We were quite accomplished with the spoons! ;-)

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