Hey, Bev! It's been a couple of weeks since I looked in on this course, so I have to catch up before it becomes one of those "school nightmares." Do you have those? They are the ones where you haven't studied and it's time for finals, or some such variation. We moved around a lot, so in about tenth grade I said a word I was too young to kknow, and dropped out of high school. I took the equivocal tests, passed with 98 percentile, and went to college instead. College suited me much better than high school. Thinking about what high school is Really All About, I could write the book. I suppose that's why so many books are set in HS. Do you read a lot? That's my only bad habit. Well, according to my husband, and my mother before him, anyway. I'm also taking an art course from Carla Sonheim (Year of the Fairytale) and the assignments and teaching appeal to me more than this one, so since this one is shorter, I decided to take the lessons when I am ready for THEM, instead of the other way around. Tell me how you are doing. I'm possibly more interested in people than I am even in art - and that means "a lot."
Bev, I'm always glad when someone tells me they have an old doggy or kitty. I see so many discard their pets like last year's model car. Size was a consideration when I got my Alice. I had lost a Doberman and didn't want another large doggy because they don't live as long. But I also had to consider my own life expectancy! Fortunately, I come from a long line of mean old women who live forever. As to the course, I more or less skipped the Cezanne week, having made a special study of his work in college. I'm looking forward to the new week. - Christine (aka Nonny)
Bev, When I saw that you promised to behave in class, I knew I had to get to know you better. Being a good friend of Princess Ozma myself, we probably know a lot of the same people and talking animals, as well, so it's likely we have much in common.