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RE: degree - Brenda, Bunki, Linda


From: Melissa (meemo_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 24 2002 - 20:23:51 PST

Your post got me to thinking. Many years ago I found this listserv. I tend
to be a quiet one and only post once in a while, but read every single
night. Bunki too helped me. How wonderful she is. She helped me by sail
mailing me information about "Screamers", a monster making project. It was
copies from her book. Since then I have purchased the book myself and love
getting new ideas from this listserv. I just want Bunki and everyone to
know how wonderful they are. I've never met any of you but I feel like you
all give me so much support. Thanks to all of you.
Melissa Chaney
Ray-pec High School
Raymore Peculiar Schools, MO

  -----Original Message-----
  From: Sandy Bacon []
  Sent: Sunday, November 24, 2002 10:04 PM
  To: ArtsEdNet Talk
  Subject: degree - Brenda, Bunki, Linda

Brenda, when I first joined this list, Bunki was the first person to
reply to my e-mail. It all invovled me coming back to teach at the age
of 49, and having to go back to college immediately upon being hired to
get recertified. I hadn't been in an art room since my first year out
of college, and I was scared @#$^!. Bunki, God bless her, and I'm sure
she doesn't even realize it, was the person who helped inspire me to
stick it out. I hadn't made any new friends in the town I had moved to, and
list was my only real contact with any art educators.

Bunki encouraged me, as she has here for you, not to worry about my
do it. And, I did. Go for it. You can do it! And, don't forget you
have as much help as you can ask for right here with all of us.


>>...don't let the age thing
>>deter you!

>Can't say it any better than THAT!
> Toodles....Bunki