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Re: Can do/Can't do


From: Janjarreau
Date: Wed May 17 2000 - 14:34:36 PDT

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    In a message dated 5/14/00 7:30:33 AM Central Daylight Time,
    Iteachart7 writes:

    << All of you who think you can't "DO" math, find someone who can and ask
     them to teach you. It's never too late to learn.
     In mathmatical harmony....
     Gabrielle
    >>
        This is true. I had to get tutored in algebra and geometry to pass the
    math part of the Praxis. I spent about 80 hours with a math computer program
    and went to a professor with any problems. I painted him a Hugh pastel
    painting of geometric shapes for a gift. He loved it and I was thankful to
    finally learn math.
        I never learned ceramics b/c the ceramic professor went on sabbatical the
    year I was set to take it. Now I will be getting in on some workshops to
    learn it. I can do sculpture. I am just learning water color, but can do
    oil and acrylic. I can do cake decorating. I taught the Wilton method for
    10 years and have 350 cake pans. My portraits tend to look caricature
    because of my cake decorating background.
    Janice

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