Loved hearing your thoughts and feelings so directly, Melody! Nice interview, and after reading your blog for a few years, I am happy for you that you are making new friends in your new community. Good wishes for you!
Melody, I loved your interview! It was so good to see you "in person" and to hear your thoughts on the theft of the 5 quilts. I hadn't known about that but love your response. I'm so happy that your move has led to more quilting!
It's lovely to hear your voice!
Great to see you Melody and hear your voice. Love the knitted cardigan too.You look terrific and so happy and positive.
Nice to see your interview and hear your voice. Beautiful sweater you are wearing...guess you knit that one? Nice to see your quilts hanging in the show and learn about some of them too.
Loved meeting you in person and hearing your voice. You looked happy and in your element. Congrats on the great interview.
Nice to see you!
Melody…such a wonderful interview. You are so talented, smart and an inspiration. I have followed your work for years and nobody does color and design like you do…nobody! Wishing you continued success in all you do.My Best To You,LuAnn in Oregonluannkessi.blogspot.com
Great interview! Enjoyed it.
So fun to hear your voice and "meet" you! Your best quilt is hanging in my house:)
Wonderful interview! So great to hear you as well as see you and your fabulous quilts! Hope the show opens many new doors for you!
A great interview Melody, and you look younger and younger! Retirement is clearly agreeing with you! And lovely to see the Cat quilt in all its glory!
What a treat to sit and watch your interview, great to see you on screen with your stunning quilts.
That was lovely, a moving Melody! What beautiful hands you have too. Thank you for sharing. Beth
Great interview! You looked relaxed and like you enjoyed sharing. Your remarks about the lost quilts should help us all deal with problems by seeking positive outcomes to perceived tragedies and learning to move on. Thanks for sharing your beautiful work and wisdom.
Isn't it interesting how almost all of us commented on how we loved hearing your voice. Felt like it was a little visit, no matter how far apart we are. Your stolen quilt experience does ring a bell for me too- a reminder to just enjoy the process and let someone else enjoy the quilt afterwards.