I wish I could see my readers…but then maybe not so much. I think I must miss body language, and it leaves me suspecting any replies I might receive as a comment. And I bet after you read this, you will say to yourself – “Then why would I reply if I am going to be suspected of insincerity?” Well, you might respond just to prove me wrong, or as a double dog dare?
Have you ever been in a work group, people you may know very little about or even just met, and find there is that one person you really really don’t like. Why is that. I wonder. Maybe subconsciously they remind you of someone you knew in the past. Of course, there is just the opposite. You meet someone and there is a sudden familiarity, and you really really like them. And then there are the friends you have made but it happened over a long period of time. Do you think of those three that one has a greater weight of a valid relationship?
I can say when I get the sudden dislike for a person, it’s usually a life long deal. Of the handful of people falling into this category, I cannot recall every changing my mind about them. The friends have been friends forever no matter what the circumstance or the time of separation – we have remained friends.
We are a complicated race of individuals.
Just read an article posted on Alcohol Inks (AI). Couldn’t have come at a better time. I am going to start doing some YouTube video tutorials on introductory use of AIs. So far, I have my plan written out and as soon as I can get my camera charged up, I will be channeling Cecil B DeMille. There is a lot to cover in the intro phase, but I think it can be done in a 20 min video – or not. I am sure to find out.
Anyone with some advice on making a tut vid, please comment – I promise not to question your sincerity!