Pat and I will be sharing with a group of six people at her studio in February, the first of what we hope will be many occasional sessions at either her or at my studio. Our limit will most likely always be six while we are at our studios because of space considerations. We'll post some comments following each session and hope those who take part will also post.
As we begin to share back and forth in this blog we can consider ways to do that to make it easy to read comments. Of course, anyone can make a comment to a post and those will appear below the post itself. But those of you who I've invited to be blog authors can also edit into a post that's been made, adding your own comments within the body of the post itself. You can also make a new post, of course.
About editing into a post, my suggestion would be that each one who does so in the text of a post begin the comments with their name. For instance, if I wanted to add a comment into a post, I could do it like this:
and then go on with saying whatever pearls of wisdom I was going to ramble on about...
then Pat might reply:PAT SAYS:
Tommye's comments are interesting... and to add to that, I've found....
to which Terri might say:TERRI SAYS:
Well, both of you have given some food for thought. I've also found that ...
then I might reply...TOMMYE SAYS:
Great idea, Terri! And, Pat... can't wait to see what you're working on in person to see how the example works.
Do you think something like this might work to keep our thoughts flowing but to also know who said what and when? Other suggestions are of course very welcomed!
So, to end this New Year's post (in advance of the New Year)... let me leave you with a pearl of wisdom from someone else:
Paula Underwood, from Three Strands in the Braid: A Guide for Enablers of Learning