Denyse Schmidt is my (s)hero.

I spent last Monday with Denyse Schmidt, and I’ve waited a week to write this post because I just can’t put it all into words. 

You see, I tried to find a reason not to take this workshop from her (aside from the cost), but I couldn’t find one single reason with all the reading I did online of people who had attended her workshops before.  Nope.  So I brought the issue to my husband.

Me:  Do you think I should take the Denyse Schmidt workshop?

Seth:  No.  You already know how to quilt.

Me:  Would you spend a couple hundred bucks to spend a few hours with Tiger Woods even though you already know how to play golf?

Seth:  Hands-down, yes.

And so I did.  And it was wonderful.

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6 Responses to Denyse Schmidt is my (s)hero.

  1. Diane says:

    Wow… that is a winning argument. I will need to remember that. What a great opertunity. It looks like you had a great time.

  2. Candy says:

    You should be a lawyer. That was a good succinct argument. And it made you feel less guilty. I need to remember that one.

  3. DeDe says:

    So wish I could have been there!

  4. suzanne mceachern says:

    I see your pincushion in the background of the Denyse photo-was it planned? Mimi

  5. Skye Daniels says:

    Yay! I am so glad you did this for yourself! I could tell, a couple of months ago when you were talking @ “maybe not going”, that you really felt drawn to it.
    So: good on you!!! Always follow the Muse!!! `;-)

  6. Greatest arguement ever. Seriously. So so glad you went, and that I get to live vicariously through you. Love this post!

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