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January 11, 2012

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my clients never understand when I delay their work for a blog post either. people are SO unreasonable.

I plan on planning during my first class. :)

I should plan for the Robotics meeting tonight, also; but I never do.


ooof. Which reminds me; I better print out the Game Manual....

Good luck and have fun, Jennifer!!

Oh how fun! (had to tone down my excessive exclimation points so that this will actually post for me but believe me, there were a few more after fun)

I so wish I lived near you. I am a true beginner in every sense of the word and would LOVE to learn. Especially by someone like you- cool, fun and funny!

The only thing about "true beginner" classes is when some jackass who already knows a bit shows up. That happened to me in a crochet class. I think that I was the only one that really knew nothing.

Have fun tonight! :)

((Hugs))
Laura

Could one of you planners plan my next blog post for me?

It's cold and raining, so I don't want to leave the camera out by the bird feeder...
~

Will you make all the beginners buy berets?

and wear big moustashes?

I think perhaps the STANDARD class should be wearing the mustaches....with the big nose/black glasses combo.

Yes, the black glasses would make them BAD ART STUDENTS.

O look. There's a whole NOTHER tradition to bring Laura up to speed on.

Wait till she gets her first Zardoz.

Listen, blogging is VERY IMPORTANT. Which is what I tell myself when I should be cleaning my house, tending to my child or running an errand.

I wish I could take your class! maybe we could set up a skype. it could be like interactive Joy of Painting.

have I made this joke before? I feel like I have made this joke before.

I would do a Skype class!

have I made this joke before? I feel like I have made this joke before.

Probably at 3Bulls.

I believe we talked about skyping K at Von's party, and then we continued on the blogs... You know, like beating a dead horse, or freezing the fish.

I am shocked--SHOCKED--to find jokes being reused at this establishment. If anyone needs me, I'll be in my nursing tank.

Aaaaaand one-two-three everybody move to the canvas to your left!

LOL! I have actually done that before! Don't underrate it.

I think you should do a BYOB painting class.

Surely that surprises EXACTLY NO ONE.

I am shocked--SHOCKED--to find jokes being reused at this establishment. If anyone needs me, I'll be in my nursing tank.
Posted by: Brando | January 11, 2012 at 08:43 PM

LOL

If anyone needs me, I'll be in my nursing tank.

Taking cute cat pictures and writing amusingly misspelled captions, as if the cats had written them.

I had a teacher put up a bunch of white Chinese food cartons on a white sheet with white plastic utensils scattered around.

Taught us there was no such thing as white in painting.

Yes, I've done white on white... the thing is, this class is geared to people with NO EXPERIENCE, only a desire to learn... and being the first night, that would be a bit much for them in the beginning.

Beside, the people who registered them forgot to hand out the supply list... we had a nice chat last evening instead... :)

Like I said, if you had done it BYOB it would have been a HUGE success.

you could have brought some chocolate Skittles and played 3B radio....

put up a bunch of white Chinese food cartons on a white sheet with white plastic utensils scattered around.

no pile of white sugar?

I hope you saw this terrific dragon.

Oh! That's awesome!

I'm also wondering how many burnt fingers there were...

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