Workshop for The OCAM Group Friday

As you may have read in a previous post, today I got to venture out to do more than just get prescriptions filled, have an occasional lunch or dinner out with family/friends, pick up items from the grocery store or get picked up and taken to the weekly doctor appointment(s).




Yep, I got out today and taught a WORKSHOP!  I still have not gotten the "go ahead" to drive from the doctor yet, so my friend Linda Bucci picked me up this morning around 9:15 to cart me to the venue where the workshop was being held.


Ooooh, how good it felt to get out and be around like-minded people.  You know, people that "get it" as far as creating stuff goes :)


Here are the ladies having fun creating their one-of-a-kind charm necklaces using Fragments and other trinkets I included in their kits.  Some brought their own personal charms to add as well.  Some of the ladies had to leave early so they have promised to send me photos of their necklaces later.


Barbara laying everything out for her necklace . . .
Carolyn and Barbara looking over some pieces . . .
Carolyn working on an Alice in Wonderland Charm Necklace . . .
The completed Alice in Wonderland Charm Necklace . . .
A lot of the ladies from OCAM wore pink today!  How sweet was THAT?! . . .
Nancy, Jody and Linda . . .
Linda laying out her Frida Kahlo prints for a necklace she was creating . . .
Glenda wearing her necklace . . .
Here's a closeup of Glenda's necklace of family photos . . .
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This is Kim (Glenda's daughter) proudly wearing her Think Pink shirt and the gorgeous necklace she created in class today! . . .
And here's a closeup of Kim's necklace . . .
Kim even made a pair of earrings to match! . . .
Nancy and Jody working on their creations . . .
Johnyne making decisions . . .
Thank you again for inviting me to come and teach for your group today.  I soooo enjoyed getting out and hanging with all of you! *smiles*

PS Stopped and had a "lite lunch" after the workshop with Linda . . .
Now it's REALLY time for a nap!  LOL

14 comments:

Terry said...

How fun for you! Have a wonderful healthy weekend!

Sue said...

This looks like such a fun (not to mention creative) time for all! I love how so many of the women wore
pink for you.

Hugs

flutterbycrafter said...

What fabulous necklaces, so much creativity going on there. Sounds as though all had a fab time, wish I lived nearer...will have to wait for time travel. Makes my heart sing that you are teaching again, go girl. xx

Peggy Alborn said...

Someday the stars will be aligned, and I will be sitting at your class table!

Terri Kahrs said...

Creative time is the BEST energy for healing! I'm so happy to hear that you had a chance to get out and do what you really love!!! Looks like your class was a huge success! Hugs, Terri xoxox

Piddawinkle said...

those necklaces look fab,what a great class to go to, Im loving the Alice necklace :)

deb famularo said...

It is so great to see you out and about, doing what you love! That is the best medicine, I don't care what the doctors say! And you know I am loving that Alice necklace! You stay strong my friend, lots of love and healing prayers your way.....xOxO

paperqueen said...

How wonderful for you to be able to get out and share what you love. Can't think of a better way to speed the healing process.
And your students created the most gorgeous necklaces!
Eileen

Samantha Marshall said...

Fantasic!!! The necklaces look awesome. xx

Lovey said...

So cool! Looks like fun!

Lori said...

Oh my gosh, they're all wonderful necklaces! Everyone did a stellar job, probably because of the wonderful teaching!

Linda Ledbetter said...

One of these days, I am SO taking a class from you! What a fun time, and boy oh boy, did those students ROCK the charms!!!

Sam said...

Wow what a great few days you must have had, I bet you feel human again, I am sooooooooo glad you are enjoying your self, lots of hugs and wishes coming your way, oh and that Alice charm necklace is sooooooo gorgeous xxx

jerseytjej said...

You should do a dvd to sell for this...I will be first in line!