Oldies but Goodies - Shapes

This post for the last Jewelry Artisans Community Oldies but Goodies Challenge is dedicated to my math teacher in 7th grade. You tried, Mr. Haasl, you really did, but no matter how much it is said that girls can do math just as well as boys, I just wasn't one of them. It wasn't just math, I also struggled with chemistry and physics - and to be honest, I wasn't interested in exploring science's depths myself - but I think geometry probably caused my only true breakdown in school. You comforted me, you encouraged me, and I'm sorry that it didn't work because you were really one of the good ones, and a nice person and neighbor as well until you passed away much too early.

You, my dear readers, don't have to explain anything or calculate or prove now, though, you can just sit back and look at the shapes we are bringing you with today's challenge. Aren't I a nice person, too? :-D

1 Jewelry Art by Dawn
2 My Bijou Life
3 Cat's Wire
4 RioRita
5 Silver Jewellery Girl


  1. Awww..., I appreciate your fond memories of your math teacher. What a lovely selection of shapes!


    1. Thank you, Michelle.
      Of all my math teachers he was the kindest

  2. I struggled with math too, Cat. When I completed the minimum requirements (algebra which makes no sense to me), that was the end of my math career so I never took physics, geometry or chemistry. Having said that, I do love all of these interesting shapes. Mr. Haasl sounds like a nice man; he'd be proud of the work you are doing now which does require some math skills. :)

    1. My last two years at school only contained the necessary minimum of those subjects. To fill it up, I even had to take a course of geology, and I wasn't the only one! Actually it was the most interesting subject of that category.
      On the other side, my language category with German, English, Latin, French, Literature etc. was full *lol*