Monday, March 13, 2006

Comment about my day mistake

Okay, so I got the day mixed up. I kept thinking it was Saturday because I usually don't get the day off for workshops. What is the big deal anyway? The reason I write about my workshops is because other people cannot get to one and would like to know about them. It is very nice that you have been lucky enough to be in his workshops for years. Some of us have not had that opportunity because his workshops have filled up quickly or cannot afford to go. I thought an hour and a half each for lunch and dinner were too long and not necessary from my viewpoint. Maybe they had a reason for it. I was saying that I thought it was too long. That was my opinion! You did not have to shout when you commented on my blog. So, I was mistaken. What?! You've never made a mistake? The workshops were on Thursday, March 9th. There, ARE YOU HAPPY NOW?


Anonymous said...

WOW....your "musings" are not amusing when you get so "hot" under the collar. I am a retired teacher, CPS - Westside, and paid my dues for 45+ years...and get to do crafts now. I live on a limited income and choose my "evils" and going to Tim's classes, and others are a treat to me for this time in my life. I believe that the hour and a half "break" is to clean up and set up, and give him some time to eat and refocus. His schedule is hectic, and the days are long when teaching. You need to "chill" and not be so strung out. Really!

Jacey said...

Wow, you're just being lambasted from every angle aren't you...I applaude your sense of grace.
I for one, loved reading about your experience with the workshop, the good and the not so good, and I really couldn't care less WHAT day it was on. Others should learn to appreciate the broader picture sometimes.
You're an amazing inspiration Belinda, don't let that slip away from you.

Contessa Kris said...

Don't know why people waste keystrokes to complain. I loved your explanations, and I too don't care what the day was. Sheesh! Some people. Anyway. Thanks for all the detailed information, the names of companies for some of the products, and all the closeup pics of the gorgeous artwork you completed. Fabulous! Wish I could have been there with you!

Anonymous said...

I found you through a yahoo group and so glad!! Your artwork is fantastic. I especially like the ghost images - would love to know how you did them if it's allowed. Keep doing your wonderful art.