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RE: Negativity on this List


From: Freeland, Sue (freelas_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Oct 14 2003 - 11:30:40 PDT

I've not sen the negativity either...I love the way this list is so supportive of each other and helpful...very helpful...yes I know, back to the 3D stars...I have pictures...coming soon!

-----Original Message-----
From: Woody Duncan []
Sent: Monday, October 13, 2003 6:42 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Negativity on this List

Hi Michal,
        Sorry to hear ya disturbed by the negative comments on the list.
If it's been there of late I've missed it mostly because I've been so
busy or gone that I've deleted almost everything. I love this group
and plan to hang around looking for subjects that have interest to me.
I may even sign up after I move to New Mexico. I'll stay involved with
my watercolors and perhaps with art education maybe at a museum.
Nine weeks into the school year can be tough on some folks. I was
always laid back and claimed that nothing bothered me. But if one is
having a bad day or week it shows in what one writes. I try to not
worry about it so much. Anyway from a fellow Kansan, I hope things
go good for you and I hope to see you at the conference in Salina.
                                                                        Woody in KC

The Austin's wrote:
> I'm going to put my .02 in here, then I will forever-more drop the subject.
> This list has seemed extremely negative recently. There were words
> exchanged, then the matter seemed to have dropped. Now the matter is brought
> back up. Yes, disagreements happen. However, when the wagons are circled,
> sides are taken, and days later comments are still being shared it is time
> to leave. I will be going "No Mail" this evening when I get home from the
> football game. I am still on ArtsEducators, until the matter jumps lists. I
> know I share the sentiments of many (who are probably throwing things at
> their monitors right now in disagreement) when I say that I just don't have
> time for the snide remarks. Yes, I can delete. I choose not to. I choose to
> quietly fade into the background. Until later.....
> ~Michal

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