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- Quality Time
- TEA TIME
- OOOOO! AWWW!
- Travel Odds ‘n Ends
- Day 21-22~Oct 13-14~Th&Fri~Brugge, Belgium~the saga ends!
- Day 20-Oct 12-Delft,The Netherlands and Ghent, Belgium
- Day 19-Oct 11-Tues-Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Day 18-Oct 10-Mon-Cologne, Germany
- Day 17-Oct 9-Sun-Castle Row on the Rhine to Koblenz,Germany
Monthly Archives: May 2011
I spent Memorial Day watching over my husband who had back surgery. The hospital’s window was frosted over, so I couldn’t sketch by looking outside. So I found this picture in a magazine and sketched it. I used black ink, … Continue reading
I love that phrase… know your audience… because it holds meaning from past experience for me. As a teacher, I know that the learner has to connect to prior knowledge. What do I know already? And then asking, what do … Continue reading
5-26-2011;©Mary Ritter -all rights reserved; Batiks, Threads, Hand/Machine Embroidery, Hand/ Machine Quilting The completed concept of a pineapple that started with a sketch and developed into a water color piece is now a completed mixed media art work. Before beginning … Continue reading
I am currently reading Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell. He describes successful people like Bill Gates and Bill Joy, founders of Microsoft and Sun Systems respectively, and how the circumstances of their young lives promulgated them into their success. We often think … Continue reading