Don’t Be Frightened! (Part 2)

By Logan Henry Despite my last post about handling anxiety, I have to be honest, before class started I was terrified. I had butterflies in my stomach I was so nervous. I was particularly anxious because it’s not an introductory class, and my last experience with oil paint was four years ago (and we all saw how well that turned out). But, I am here to remind you, do not worry. Nothing is going to go wrong. Well, actually, something did go wrong. The first night of class I was thirty minutes late because I thought it started at six.
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