"How have you contributed to the learning of others?" That is a very good question. It has been a long semester filled with ups and downs, indecision and a rather hectic schedule for me. I will say that this is my weakest link. When my life got busy, my responses and comments got pushed to … Continue reading My Contributions
I found a great source today. I was browsing the engraving forum when I stumbled upon a post of Techniques and Resources that are an inexpensive way to give it a try. One of those links (I haven't checked all of them out yet!) was a book on Google Books about drawing acanthus leaves (what … Continue reading News Flash and Google Books
Who am I? I struggle to really know myself as my identity seems to vary depending on the hat I am wearing. I seem to wear many hats these days. I am a teacher, a barrel racer, a wife, a sister, a daughter, a Christian, a resident of a small town in southern Saskatchewan, a … Continue reading Who am I?
While I wait for my new tools to arrive, I figured I would talk about why I chose to pursue hand engraving for my learning project. In some ways, I have been around hand engraved items all my life. I love the style and beauty of engraved scrollwork on the western belt buckles, spurs and … Continue reading While I’m Waiting
As a part of my ECMP 355 course (Computers in Education), I am to engage in a personal learning project this semester. It was difficult for me to choose a subject! There are so many things I want to learn, but I wanted a skill or hobby that I've never tried before As my husband … Continue reading Personal Learning Project: the Beginning