Monday, July 27, 2009

CONTINUING EDUCATION

A couple of months ago, I signed up for a photography class at the local community college. It is on Thursday nights, for two hours. I have really enjoyed it. It will be over in two weeks, and I am kind of sad. I have learned some things, but I have mostly enjoyed the socialization. The socialization and the actual getting out of my house.

Anyway, I just got the schedule for fall. I am thinking of doing it again. I want to do something different this time though. I have always wanted to learn how to sew, or knit, or crochet. I think sewing could really be helpful in a lot of ways. I could make Julianna and Jessica's clothes. I could help Brad with the Passion Play stuff. I could make cool things like my bloggy friend, Lori. I do like the idea of knitting too. I could make gifts and stuff.

I think it would be a ton of fun. Of course, if I didn't want to learn how to sew or knit, I could always take pole dancing, belly dancing or line dancing. *Shudder*. The thought of any of those, especially line dancing, literally makes me cringe. LOL!

4 comments:

Blondie said...

I would like to know how to sew. I took a class, 30 years ago, in 4-H. I even made a jumper (shorts)!

I know how to knit - Eleanor Cromartie and Mary taught me several years ago.

I say go for the sewing. I'm a little intrigued that line dancing makes you cringe before pole dancing!!!

Beth said...

Mich, I know a family that has paid for their adoptions through their photog business. It isn't their 'real' job, but it has paid for 2 adoptions. Just thought I'd throw that out at you.

Queen of Quite-a-Lot said...

Pole dancing? Please tell me that's not a real class at a community college. I hope they use a lot of antibacterial wipes if it is.

Chasity said...

Michelle,
Go for it. Sewing, Pole Dancing, it's all the same isn't it. The kids would never notice the practice pole in the bedroom. LOL. I would love to learn to sew..well learn and enjoy it too. I love photography, do you take your own camera and learn better techniques using yours?