Nor have I greeted 2010.
Sometimes stuff like that just passes you by.
It did me.
I'm taking a deep breath this afternoon because I finished a huge commitment
and I managed the deadline.
That little sneak peak above is what I have been up to lately and therefore unaccounted for here. Pam Carriker invited me to contribute to her book, and today I managed to get my box to the post office before the window closed at 4:30.
I could moan and moan about how I took on too much but I won't.
For now you will find me around the corner learning a whole bunch of new techie stuff. That is because every time I get around another corner, there is yet another learning curve.
The workshop is coming along nicely except my brain has had just too much to deal with....oh, forgot, I wasn't going to moan.
I am so excited about your response and am working hard to get it ready. I don't want to announce a date until I know I can meet it. I don't want to break my own deadline.
But for those who are wondering and asking about the cost, I'm thinking I will hold it to sixty-five-ish dollars. Believe me it is a hundred dollar workshop but I know times are tough. There will be at least 4 different lessons within the class plus one bonus lesson and we will use many different paints. So don't worry about the supplies just yet.
One of my goals for this first class is to inspire you to try paints that you might already have like Folk Art. But I will also show other paints.
To those who shared the workshop news on their blogs, I thank you so much for warming my heart. Your the best.
To all who leave me comments even when I don't get back to you very quickly, I love you too.
I'm afraid this is getting long; I'm feeling rather talkative.
Oh dear but the kitchen is calling me now.