Teaching around Texas
Yesterday’s Bead Brunch was a super duper blast, as usual. Lots of folks I haven’t seen in a while, like Susan and Bobbi. And then the biggest surprise was seeing the sweet and wonderful Betty Rodriguez! Betty was a regular student in our classes for a long time, and she is a delight to have around. She also had several projects published in Step-by-Step Beads, and BeadStyle magazines! She got seduced by lampworking, and we haven’t seen much of her lately, but I think I might be able to pull her back for a seed bead weaving class here and there soon. Even if not, it was great to chat and catch up with her after 2 years.
Today’s tasks revolve around a bunch of teaching I’m doing in the next week. Tuesday I’m at Sun City in Georgetown, teaching Russian Splendor, and then this weekend I travel to Fort Worth to teach two classes with ladies from The Wild West Bead Society – Russian Splendor, and Piazza Perline. I need to get kits together, instructions printed, and supplies organized for transport.