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Well by staying in Santa Fe’ we got to return to Taos and watch my llama mama friend do her thing after woven product is designed and ready to grace a woman.
I spent a few hours at the Kit Carson park in Taos watching Judy at work. This is my friend from the llama ranch in Wellington Colorado. It was great to meet her clients and enjoy seeing her in action. Actually it was not all that different from watching her teach deaf students language using cooking or an adventure. She creates something wonderful, works on the language and feelings that go with it and sells it. With women, they get to celebrate themselves. Her clothes are sheer wizardry. The clothes fit women and bring out their assets. Plump of slim, tall or short, a pear, or an apple body-women walk away with a work of art that looks sensational on them and actually celebrates who they are.
Judy did the same with kids, teaching them to create a quilt. The project taught sewing, drawing, color, group communication, and then in the end, they went out to organizations and raffled the quilt off. These deaf children spoke to adult groups in understandable speech and language. Just like women clients, Judy’s students walked away feeling good about themselves.