Thursday, August 9, 2012

Introducing me…

Good day to you from the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. I thought that since it has been two years that Steve has opened up The WoodArt Studio that I might as well introduce myself and let you know a bit about me and my ties with it. They really are nothing big as I am not, I repeat not an artist at all and I do nothing to create the art, except maybe put the cord through the necklaces and stamp the music notes on some of them. Each and every other piece that you see, admire and purchase is all Steve from concept to finale.

I am a genealogist. Yes I find the dead people, no not the "Grateful Dead" either. I search vital records, census forms and the likes there of. I teach privately or in groups and can also do personal research if you haven't got the time. In fact the first of several classes will be starting August 23rd via the Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation. Follow the link and read on page 13 what you will learn via the "Genealogical Appointments" class. Future classes will be taught via the Augusta County Government Office in Verona.
Box Elder Tree Necklaces
As some of you may have guessed I write this blog for us, along with my own blog at GenealogicalAppointments. From time to time you may find me at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market with Steve behind the tables with all of those awesome functional art pieces that Steve hand designs, creates and finishes or you may discover me at OASIS Fine Art & Craft or over in Charlottesville at C'Ville Arts. I love being Steve's wife so much that emails from the business are signed…Debbie wife of The WoodArt Studio artist Steve.
So its official you now know a little bit more about the person who tries to write to you once a week. Any questions? Please feel free to ask. If you are receiving this email for the first time and would like to take delivery of more sign up via our site or just drop me an email. Unsubscribing in the future is as easy as dropping me an email requesting so.    
Until next we meet… choose the right branch…woodturning or genealogical

1 comment:

  1. Nice to "meet" you, Debbie :-) I'm glad you introduced yourself at last. You ARE a vital part of your husband's success, you know. You realize that, don't you? Hugs, Deb Booth