29 May, 2012

Carole Buschmann - WBM!



Time for another important episode of When Bloggers Meet!  Here are Carole Buschmann, who blogs at Color Creates, and myself. We have followed each other's blogs for a long time. She was one of several bloggers who participated in my Denver See Differently workshop, taught two weeks ago.


As you can see, there really are people at the other end of the inter-tunnel, and it is wonderful to actually meet.  My previous WBM post was here.


I dug around for that Starbucks cup in Denver, but it was just a prop.  

6 comments:

Cindy Michaud said...

how fun Casey, the internet is an amazing tool, no? Love seeing your real peeps.

Carole Buschmann said...

Hey cool Casey! I loved the energy. I should have been asking you all sorts of "how do you" blog questions instead of soaking up the opp- to soak up COLOR!! Check out my blog later today.

Casey Klahn said...

It is fun, huh, Cindy? We used to have pen pals back in the day.

Carole, I am very proud I met you.

Carole Buschmann said...

About the coffee- you may not have realized but for the past 5 years I have had the opportunity to volunteer with a medical group in Guatemala. Think COFFEE glorious coffee. The next time I order from Finca Filadelphia in La Antigua Guatemala I shall send you a sample which will make you swoon. A taste of COLOR!

Carole Buschmann said...

Ah Casey another conversation we missed (because I was under the veil of color) was the coffee conversation. I have had the privilege of volunteering w/ a Medical group in Guatemala for the past 5 years. One of the benefits of that is discovering the beautiful coffee of Guatemala. Next time I order from the Finca Fildelfia of Guatemala I will send you a lovely rich dark sample of grand coffee.

Casey Klahn said...

When I worked in Cosat Rica, they claimed their coffee had bull's blood. I will gladly try the Guatemalan, and thank you.

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