Hello everyone. I am just checking in, as my title implies. How is everyone doing? I am as good as can be considered....with how life goes and all. Haha. I have been doing home improvement things around, *gasp" imagine this, my home. I know, I am a smart aleck. Deal with it or leave.
I started painting my back patio last night. I already had painted my front porch and front walk. They all match the side patio I put in last year. There is much more to do. I need to buy more paint to finish the back patio. Then, I need to recruit help to build the outside shed I bought on Amazon. I also need to put my patio back together...regarding my patio table and such. It is looking good so far. I have a ways to go.
I started a fairy house/castle thing in my front yard this summer. I need to finish that asap. I have the basic form and supports done.
I also started an after school Art Club last week at the school at which I teach. No one came the first week due to lack of communicating on my part. I take full responsibility for that. I did pass along the information to the school secretary and she did put it in the school weekly newsletter. So, it was communicated to some level. Since then, I have attempted to directly contact the parents but technology is not being my friend. I guess I shall go old school and send a note home to all my students when I go back to teach. Grrrr!...I will get over it. It does not bother me to send a note. I just wish my former attempts had worked. Haha.
Hey, I need some advice. If you were a child from the ages of 5-12, what kind of art lessons would you like to do within either a Native American or Viking/Celtic unit? I am trying to come up with lesson plans. I do have some choices I have researched. I am excited to go forward with the Viking unit. It is so different than what I am used to doing, personally or professionally. I am 1/8 swedish however, so I may have a personal reason to delve into the particular subject. Haha.
Well, I am out of here for now. Talk to you later.--Your friendly smart aleck neighbor, Robyn