I have to hurry because the course with Diane finishes tomorrow. Or today or the day after that; depends where in the world everyone lives.
I've managed to communicate with 7 of the 23 class mates. It does take time; I thought I could do it in about 3 hours. What was I thinking? Not clearly that’s for sure.
I've been tantalised and seduced by an overwhelming mix of exceptionally creative and artistic people that prior to this course, I didn't know existed. In some cases I’ve been so overwhelmed by what people are doing that I’ve been left speechless and I will need to return to their blogs once I can absorb the enormity of what they are doing.
I’ve actually visited everyone, but my challenge to communicate with each one individually is taking time because this is a value challenge.
|Chatting in the Sapa Market|
It’s not about idle chit chat, it’s about seeking out likeminded class mates, (who just happen to be all women), and ensure they have a real sense of what their contribution to craft, artistry and creativity has impacted on me on a personal level and that I so appreciate their contribution to the craft world.
|Sewing in a Tribal Village - Sapa Vietnam|