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Re: [teacherartexchange] Oldsters in the group


From: Jean King (kingjean_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jun 25 2009 - 10:15:07 PDT

I recognize all of your names from over the years. I seem to lurk
more than anything else on here. There is always so much wisdom,
knowledge and experience on here that I'm overwhelmed.

I'm glad to see the likes of Bunki back on here. Bunki, I used to
scan the archives looking for your posts. They were always inspiring.

I've been on the list since the Getty artsednet days. Who knows,
maybe I'll have to start putting my two cents worth in, too.

Great to find everyone here.

Jean in Houston

Jean King Art Teacher
Texas Art Education Association Region VI Art Representative
De Zavala Elementary

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On Jun 25, 2009, at 12:03 PM, Bunki Kramer wrote:

> HI Maggie, Marsha, and Sharon. It's the "old folks" back together
> again. I've missed talking to you all even though I've kept up with
> the conversations the past couple of years but couldn't reply. I
> feel like a new member again. Ha.
> Yep, Marsha. It's amazing what my graying hair has done with my kids
> listening to me. It's like a badge of honor...or respect for staying
> the course...or whatever. It does the trick. Maybe everyone teaching
> should dye their hair gray, hum? Now that I had my first grandbaby
> last year and both of my daughters are due within one week of each
> other in September, I can relate to the "grandma" title as well.
> Mag. I do miss seeing you at NAEA. How are you liking your
> new position? Are you still going to NAEA? I haven't been in 2 years
> since Carolyn retired. I miss both my buddies.
> Sharon...I still look at your website every so often. I love those
> busts you've done with the kids. And...whenever I do the
> "Illuminated Hands", I think of you. Such a wonderful project. I
> still wish I could take that workshop with the author of that book.
> Toodles......Bunki
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