Tag Archives: travel

Squirrel Update – as March 2020 Ends

I hope everyone is getting some fresh air and breathing deeply. We will get through this! I keep telling myself this. But as schedules have been turned upside down, I thought I would share a quick little update. Tarpon Springs … Continue reading

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Another Year At Bead and Button

Another year at Bead and Button has come and gone . . . .  and whew what an adventure.  This year a couple of things changed and it was wonderful. My classes did really well. One class sold out so I added … Continue reading

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Where Did the Week Go?!?!?! Or Clayathon 2019

This is the biggest retreat I have attended.  About 125 polymer-passionate folks work in one room. Each one gets a 6-foot table for all their ‘stuff’.  This is the first retreat I have attended where everyone works on their own thing, at … Continue reading

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You’ve Been Accepted!

Who doesn’t like hearing that phrase?!?! Well I did it again, I have been accepted to teach at Bead and Button for 2019. Five classes in all!!   I am totally excited.  Two of the classes were taught last year and … Continue reading

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Clay Out West in Review

What a fun four days. I am exhausted both physically and mentally, but feel exhilarated at the same time.  I am guessing that the organizer’s are simply exhausted!! Job well done ladies! Classes were varied and included Leslie Blackford, Carol … Continue reading

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Taking A Side Track

Okay, so I took a little side track recently . . . . and it was a good thing!  One of the artists I stalk on-line, Julie Fei-Fan Balzer.   She is a full-time artist, crafter and maker. Every weekday morning … Continue reading

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Bucket Lists and Buttons

I bet everyone has a ‘bucket list’ or wish list of things they want to do, places they want to go, etc. I have been fortunate enough to cross off many of mine over the years. But I have one … Continue reading

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