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Re: This Year's Convention

Hey everyone who was at the convention, what was your favorite garden, event, 

I will start, Loved the garden of Cindy and Scott Johnson, not that I didn't 
love the gardens of everyone else, it is just that their garden felt like 
home, anyone who leaves milkweed for the butterflies is a hit with me.  Their 
garden was so unpretentious, and they are such lovely people.  After I found 
that Cindy spins and weaves I felt that she could be a best friend if I were 
near her.  I wondered if she quilts as that is my fiber art of choice but 
didn't want to take too much of her time.  

It has been a dream of mine to visit Hideko at Gowen Gardens.  Not enough 
time in thirty-five minutes to do it justice but I did get some good pics as 
I ran around trying to not miss a thing.  Yea, right!

Tony's speech at the end was almost the funnies thing, OK the funniest ever.  
We should have paid him, most comedians of that caliber make the big bucks 
being funny.  I can see why so many people hold him in such high esteem.

I met about a dozen people that I regularly communicate with, feel like they 
are my best friends, but finally got to put a name to the face.  The MN 
people are the best, well some of the best.  What a pleasure to spend time 
with people like Monty, Layne and Paula, Cindy, Harry (a misplaced MN 
person).  Thanks all you guys, you are lovely people.

Last but not least, I had a mission to meet Mark Zilis, and that did happen 
too.  I take it that Mark is like Bob and is not a crowd person but that is 
ok.  Just can't wait for his book to come out, has been a while coming, but 

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