Wow, 10 days. I have been quite busy at work -- on June 1, I made the transition to being a "summer" intern, which means I learned a whole new set of duties and have had a huge amount of planning to do for summer camps.
Last week, as part of training, they decreed it was "your turn" to teach something to the rest of the group. Appropriately, this was about the same time as Janet's lovely I can teach you post. She went to a "Creative Mornings" event where all the participants wore badges that said "I can teach you to _______." This (and the "your turn") got me thinking -- what can I teach?
For the my turn, I geeked out and taught all my coworkers how to make greeting cards with rubber stamps, stencils, and mixed media. I'm pretty sure it was a hit, as everyone stayed engaged for the whole hour I had. It had also been a long time since I pulled out all my craft supplies, so that was fun. Everyone was impressed at how much I had, so, a big thank you! to my mom for giving me stencils, rubber stamps, and ink as presents for years. I've had some of the stamping supplies since I was 12, and the ink is still good on most of them. Way to go good quality equipment!
Other things I can teach you:
+ how to compose a photo
+ what you can see under a log
+ how to make a vegan cake
+ the proper form for weight lifting
+ the difference between a: (1) turtle and tortoise, (2) frog and toad, and (3) bison and buffalo