Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by musicteach, Jan 24, 2020.
What materials did you use for your artwork?
Things that have excited me lately:
-Setting up my next book for publication.
-The anthology I wrote for likewise preparing for publication sometime this year.
-Joining an LGBT support group that does weekly check-ins.
Things that have made me happy lately:
1) I have made a lot of progress and my councilor is surprised
2) I think I am almost ready to come out to a few more people, a friend and some family
3) I have saved enough money up to finally buy the keyboard I want
That’s great! Congratulations!
Things that are making me happy lately:
1) I've been making new friends
2) School isn't that hard right now
3) I've been in a better mood
Yet another follow-up. I have since friended one of those two new members on Facebook. We've had so much fun chatting with each other. They have been the one thing keeping me together these past two months.
I use art programs like photoshop and firealpaca. Sometimes watercolour.
I got accepted to my PhD program for music education, whoot. I submitted the official counts for the fall season to The school board and received a green light for the additional resources we’ll need.
That's awesome! Congratulations on the acceptance.
Heh thank you.
I like art too, I love acrylic painting. Do you listen to music while you paint?
Always. The usual playlist when I take a walk around the neighborhood, eat meals, etc. It's a mixture of pop, kpop, and jpop. How about you??
I like troye sivan and Bts.
My band is being recognized by our state’s music connectors and educators association (the folks that set competitions within the state and help to set the curriculum for the school year) for “Outstanding sportsmanship conduct and going above and beyond the call of competition to help a competitor in need.” I’m pretty excited about that and so very proud of them. And our student leadership is being recognized for “Outstanding leadership in the face of extreme circumstances”.
I've been getting into digital art. It's fun to have a new hobby/obssession.