Yes, I'm back from CookieCon and I have no words. The adjectives and the superlatives have all been used. Wonderful classes, break-out sessions, speakers, the sugar art show...jam-packed into 3 exciting days of cookie joy. My friend, Diana, and I had the time of our lives.
Diana and I enjoyed taking in the Salt Lake City and surrounding area sites. We played tourist on Sunday before heading home on Monday. We went to The Great Salt Lake, to Park City Ski Resort, Temple Square in downtown SLC...and my bucket list item, hearing the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
|I felt my Mom's presence with me - we both loved this choir.|
I found I didn't take all that many photos in the classes. I spent time making pages of notes (which I will need to go over repeatedly) where I documented all but the last class of the day...by that time I had a hand cramp! I learned many new things and a different way to do old things. It was really beyond wonderful.
The spotlight of the event, however, was definitely seeing the incredible work of so many cookie artists in one place, in real life! Since I can't really post hundreds of photos, I decided to put together a little slide show. I know there are some cookies I may have missed, but I think I got the vast majority of them. I bow to the advanced cookiers...their work is incredible. I bow to the beginners who had the guts to put their work on display. I bow to the intermediate talents who can see how far they've come and how far they want to go. There was a place for every level of artist in the Sugar Art Show.
Enjoy the video and I'd love any comments you might care to make. I am avidly waiting to learn when the NEXT CookieCon will be!
Bon Appetit, my cookie friends!