Gee, it's been a long time since I've posted a new blog. I've been working hard to lose weight since early November including lots of exercise, which is taking up quite a bit of my time. I ski two to three times a week and play tennis three times each week--I hate to do traditional exercise, but playing sports that I love works for me. I need to find a flat place (I live in the mountains) to roller blade when the snow is finally gone. I'm also following Weight Watchers, more or less--I've tweaked it so that I'm eating lots of fiber and NO white carbs. Sort of a combination of Weight Watchers and South Beach. Thanks, Dr. Goulding for making the suggestion! So far, I've lost 23 pounds, but I still have more to go. My goal is to be thin for my 60th birthday this July. But this is not what I'm writing about today...
I recently received my Bead Cornerä Design Academy Instructor Certification, and will be teaching Jewelry classes at the Rutland, VT, Michaels store. Today I'm doing a four-hour demo at the store. I used to teach One-Stroke Painting there, but Michael's took a break from offfering all classes except for Wilton about 2 years ago. I've really missed teaching classes there and I'm excited to be back.
On Tuesday, March 22 I'll be holding a Bead Night. It's an informal setting where people can bring their unfinished projects and work on them at the store. I'll be there to help them when they need it.
Once the store receives all of the Instructor supplies, I'll be scheduling regular classes.
UPDATE, JULY 8, 2012: