So I have been spending a few hours after work at Camburg to learn some welding. I honesty, thought that Jason was going to have me start with Mig, but he told me that Tig would be better, and thinking of all the sparks and such from mig, I most likely would be even more sketchy than I already am. But, all in all, I have had just a few hours, for a few days of practice. Crazy thing about it, I really like it! Maybe it is the artist in me, it's beautiful and fascinating. Here are my first welds, from day 1 and day 2 of tig welding. I feel like I have been able to decifer between what "feels" right and what doesn't, which helps so I am not blindly welding hoping it is on the right track and such. I have gotten used to seeing through the tinted hood screen or whatever you call it, it was really difficult trying to see what I was doing the first time. I have learned you need a lot of PRACTICE and PATIENCE. I think I'll keep it up when I have a chance to practice more, it seems everytime I go to weld.... I lift up my hood and realize it is 4 hours later! Time flies when you're welding I guess. lol I'll take any advice and feedback, concerns, comments, etc. Hit me with your best shot. Also, how many other lady welders are out there? I heard the girls in the welding industry are pretty dang good. I'm looking for a sweet but useful welding hood too, if anyone has any ideas. Thanks!