Two weeks ago I left the “herd” in my husband’s care
and went to visit my sister in Pennsylvania. She lives near Allentown, but I was flying into Philadelphia so we could go straight to the Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza (www.quiltfest.com) in the outskirts of Philly. I had a direct flight (imagine! not going to Chicago on the way to Philly from Cleveland!), was landing at 9 A.M. and we could be at the show by 10. Perfect. Until fog rolled into Philly and my flight was diverted to–you guessed it–Allentown. And sis was already in Philly. Thank heaven for cell phones! Many calls later, it was arranged for me to get off the plane in Allentown, my brother-in-law would pick me up and head to Philly. Sis would head back to A-town. Things were working out. The best thing about this glitch was I got to see this mural in the Allentown airport. Peeps just make me smile!
Selfishly, the first exhibit I wanted to see was the Hoffman Challenge (www.hoffmanchallenge.com) to “visit” my handbag, “Moonlit Jewels”, that is part of Hoffman’s 2013 Challenge traveling exhibits.
Next post: Several of our favorite quilts at the show
One thought on “Fabric and Fun in Philadelphia”
Great travel story and one we can all relate to. Personally I think you were sent to Allentown just so you could smile at the Peeps! Love those guys! Your handbag is lovely and such a good photo of you, too.