While on vacation in Lake Placid, yep that Lake Placid, I visited the Olympic skating rinks daily to watch future Olympians and regular folk move around the ice with ease.
|Olympian, Paul Wylie teaching people my age|
Quilters who know everything they need to know, can still learn new techniques that might come in handy. You never know....
Color is good, and a well placed crystal is a good thing.
3. Skating is solitary for the most part, but keep supporters around to help in the down times. Coaches (quilting experts) point out areas that need work, families tell you you are fabulous, friends pick you up when you fall.
Skaters put in the time practicing though. Quilters take note. Some things take practice. And don't be afraid to put in the time, and expect to fall now and then.Skaters don't expect to achieve a move right away.
|Row of pretty water bottoles waiting for their owners|
|Yep, he's thrown her in the air, she's using her core to stay there|
Quilters, there is no reason to always take the easy way out. We don't get to Heaven faster if we make more simple quilts. Some quilts take a while to finish and that's okay. Keep working at it.
|6 yr old who can do a double axel with ease|