My first Palmetto Tat Days are over. I’m home and back to work. But, man, did I have fun! It was great!
I had decided to rent a car to get from Atlanta to Taccoa, which is about two hours away. As I would have plenty of room – and would appreciate a navigator! – I volunteered to give a ride to anyone that was arriving at about the same time. That’s how I met Linda Barnes. Her plane came in a little before mine. We didn’t know each other, so I sent her a picture from the plane. We connected with no problems.
Another tatter that needed a ride was Linda Patron. Her plane came in a short while after mine. I sent her a picture of Linda B. and me and we still had a little trouble finding her. We were at baggage claim one and so was she – we were at the north baggage claim and she was at the south. Once we figured that out we found each other easily. Once in the car we visited together the whole way to the conference center.
This was my first Tat Days but I knew one person that was there. Karen, aka IsDihara, and I had met several years ago. I was so excited to see her! I had heard that she wasn’t going to be able to go, but she made it!
I didn’t know who my room mate was going to be. I found out when I went to the room for bed about 10:00 p.m. I opened the door and look who I found!
Yep, Diane, Lace-Lovin’-Librarian was my room mate! I recognized her right away. It was so cool! We got along right from the start. I couldn’t have asked for a better room mate.
This is the general room on the lower floor of the conference center. There seemed to always be people here.
I didn’t take nearly as many pictures as I usually do when I’m someplace special – I was too busy meeting people and experiencing everything that is Tat Days. I also did a little tatting 🙂 I didn’t get any of my projects done while there, but I learned a lot and had a great experience. I hope to make it back next year.
Palmetto Tat Days, September 8-9, 2017 in Toccoa, Georgia. The theme is “Tat a Con – All Things Tatted”
I will be sharing more of the pictures I took in the next few weeks – be warned!
“What we learn with pleasure we never forget” Alfred Mercier
p.s. I’ve been trying to post this since Tuesday but life keeps getting in the way. With any luck things will get back to normal soon and so will my posting.