FYI All the good vibes and wishes to find my purse must have traveled to the
wonderful, anonymous person who turned in my purse. Not a dime was missing.
See there is hope for us humans! Thanks again to all who worried with me.
Sax Arts & Crafts
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fields, Linda" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2002 12:29 PM
Subject: NAEA conference thanks
> Returned last nite from Miami (after delayed flights and missed
> connections). What a wonderful conference! Many thanks to Susan for
> arranging our breakfast get-together, to Judy for the tags and dinner
> recommendations, to Bunki and Carolyn for a terrific (as always)
> presentation, to Ken for offering to share his information, and to all the
> rest of you who did great presentations I missed. It was so much fun to
> faces with names. I went to a good presentation on new AP portfolios, as
> well as several other good ones. The commercial exhibits were wonderful!
> of the biggest hoots was the one on what retired art teachers do after
> retirement. I was one of the youngest there ( a new feeling)-but it was
> to hear these very dynamic senior citizens talk about their work and their
> involvements with art now. Basically, they haven't stopped teaching
> art-they're just using different venues.
> I hope Judy found her purse, that no one got too sunburned, and that
> everyone made it home safely. Thanks everyone! Linda in NC