Saturday, February 27, 2010


Tonight I attended a class at ROSE (Realm of Skills and Education) taught by Miss JeZeBeLe Dagger. She taught a class on building a Shamans Hand Rattle. This class was taught on the beginners level and she took as much time as was needed for each of the students without leaving the rest of the class waiting for extended periods of time. It is a well-known fact among Miss Jeze's students that anytime any of them have trouble with building in or out of class she is willing to help them either after class or she will schedule a time with them for one on one instruction to help them understand the build process and complete projects. During this class there was just the opportunity for us to experience and see firsthand hoe far she is willing to go and her commitment to helping her students and new builders alike succeed. She explain in detail what the features in the edit menu is for as they are used in each class and she demonstrates how they affect the build. Miss Jeze will create example demo's when she feels that they will help to give a better visual example of what happens with certain features in the edit menu.
For me, I found the class quite relaxing and stimulating. Thank you Miss Jeze for allowing me to observe and participate in your class.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Quest for more

Over the past 3 days I have went to several different types of classes that were posted on the ACES network. I went to classes I had knowlege of what they were about and classes I had little or no knowledge of. I went to readings and discussions as well. I decided that I wanted to learn more about all of the opportunities and resources available to the members of ACES. I was hesitant of one book reading presented from one of the schools in the network, but I am glad I went. I also attended a wonderful build class at ROSE and one at Bonanza, a discussion group, and a psychology lecture with a discussion that followed. I am not always able to attend all of the classes posted on the ACES network and there are times when more than one class is held at the same time, but I do try to attend as many as possible. I have decided that I will try and attend at least one class a day, if possible, and post my thoughts and opinions on those classes here. Hopefully, I will see some of you there, maybe peak your curiosity so that you might find and quench that thirst for more knowledge.