Yep that’s where I’m headed, but what’s wrong with the picture below? If you said, ” The plane is not in the air” you would be correct!
Red Rocks Resort for Bernina University is my ultimate destination. This amazing facility is where the Bernina dealers gather each year and are introduced to future BERNINA, concepts and ideas. We also are given the opportunity to hear about new products, so exciting! This year brings a little addition to my time at the University as I am teaching two classes tomorrow, both focused on how rulers are used and the most effective ways to sell rulers in shops.
The travel for this yearly jaunt seems to be a challenge, last years trip was to New Orleans. During that little adventure I was supposed to play golf on an incredible course, but as my luck would have it I flew into Charlotte and had to stay the night. The next day I took Con Air to Miami and eventually arrived in New Orleans. Obviously I missed the golf experience.
BACK to PRESENT
10:27 am Monday, I should be half way to Las Vegas, but now that we are refueled and pushed back we have been advised that we are being rerouted. So I sit and wait once again but at least my seats mates are cool!
I told my row that once that drink cart is within my line of vision the first beverage is on me. At this rate we could be having milk and cookies as a bedtime snack.
6:09 pm No bedtime snack required, I finally made it! Now let’s get happy and make the most of my time at BERNINA University.
Do you have one trip that undoubtedly brings adversity and frustration to your travels? If so please share!
We all need to do it; those moments, or days that have you ready to blow and I don’t mean blowing out celebratory candles. No on the contrary, it’s those particular quilting segments that have you feel as though one more nanosecond in the studio will have you evolving into the Exorcist.
How do I Handle those Moments? There are two answers to that question. But my main objective is to remove myself from my working space, run from my working space if need be. Because let’s face it nothing productive is going to transpire while I am feeling like this way.
Oh Yeah! My most prized sport and means of releasing quilting frustration. This extra curricular activity provides 18 holes of deliberately whacking a little white ball. Seriously what better way to “Let it Go”? I generally walk the course so the exercise I acquire while traveling the greens helps turn my frown upside down. And if my game isn’t go very well, at least I have a little white ball to take it out on. So with my clubs in hand I am able to focus on something other than fabric, the longarm machine, or whatever else is driving me to madness.Hot Yoga
Regardless of what Drea has said, Hot Yoga is my second choice for seeing those puffs of frustration smoke go bye-bye. So what if the room is 104 degrees with 40% humidity, and so what if Drea tells me I have lost my marbles, Hot Yoga works for me. After getting over the initial drippage of sweat that creates a light rain shower on my yoga mat, I love NOT having to think about ANYTHING! This is all about me, my mind and body coming together, and after an hour and a half I feel fabulous!
How do you relieve days that are composed of quilting frustration and have you wanting to yell from the hilltops? Life is too short to neglect creating or having an escape from negativity; so how do you bring positivity to you day?