experience with heros

As a baseball fan, I appreciate the in person experience with players. Sometimes I get an autograph, but never do I pay for one. I collect are handshakes and stories. My favorite questions to the ball players and coaches are about their hometown or who is their hero or their story. So cool to see this big guy get mushy about his mother single parent who is his hero, or why his parents named him after a character in a 40's movie, So back to sewing life... Do you know that Lonni Rossi was inspired by Mickey Lawler, before Lonni started putting paint on fabrics? Being at Lonni Rossi Fabrics was an experience to remember. I even got a photo of Lonni's hand (what a good photographer I am!) http://funfromatoz.com/2011/05/11/adventure-to-lonni-rossis/ Last year at the SAQA conference, I found myself chatting with Mickey, and I told her the I actually cut up and used my Skydye fabric. She had the best response "that's what it's for!". Being the oldest kid and cousin, plus some camp counseling experience, I'm pretty comfortable with having people follow me. Human respect goes both ways. My goal is to treat the celebrities like regular people, and treat the regular people with a bit of awe and interest, they are worthy as well, and have amazing stories. I learned so many stories during my Permission Slip experiment last year. Thanks for indulging my story here
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