afreshup - 6:51 pm on Jul 24, 2011 (gmt 0)
Thanks, guys, and girls. "let's assume for the sake of discussion that she isn't quitting because she has decided she is lousy at it"
That would be the correct assumptsion, she is a great teacher ... her problem is that she is being forced to work within the teacher's union and the politics of the job...
Another idea is, she is an art teacher by trade, English was what she was made to teach. With that being said, she is the most artsy creative person that I have ever met. She makes jewelry, stamps, cards, scrapbooks, flower arrangements and more. When we met, she was selling her jewelry at craft shows around Atlanta.
Our plan has always been to get her a site up and going. My thoughts were that she should work building links and stuff for our sites and ease into the arts and crafts niche.
Do you think we are better served simply letting her do what she is good at and letting me worry about the websites?