DEADLINE JANUARY 31ST! DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY... Foxhollow Studio welcomes RitaReade March 4th & 5th for 2 days of classes in the studio. If you do not already follow Rita on Instagram, you can see her daily post @mammabellarte & see how multi- talented this lady is. I met Rita in Italy on the Prone to Wander Retreat with Carolyn Peeler @pronetowanderretreats a few years ago. Rita grew up in Sicily and teaches Italian cooking classes in her home in California. She has lived in the states most of her adult life. She is an amazing artist and business woman and you will love her enthusiasm and generosity in sharing her skills. This is such a great opportunity to have her in our studio. If you would like to join in with us, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for detail on enrollment.
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We all loved Burmese cats, and my Mom always had one at some time or another. They are full of wonderment.