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Halloween 2022

This year I changed the program a bit. Instead of Halloween costumes, I asked my guests to dress up as someone who has INSPIRED them. The results were FANTASTIC !!! …and there were others as well:1.) A female writer from Thailand2.) A Ukranian fighting for his country3.) A female in…

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Teaching at the Rotary Youth Center

I’m facilitating classes on my latest book, “How to be a Super Power (in 7 easy lessons).    Teaching 2nd and 3rd graders has been a blast. Here are the first 4 classes. 1.) Personal Space: As far as they can stretch their arms is their own personal space.  …

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Friends Forever, no really !!!

As I mentioned in my last blog… I had the opportunity to be with many life-long girlfriends on this trip to Colorado and New Mexico.              First is Sue, who just went through a 6 hour surgery and is recovering slowly. We always looked like…

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Grandmother’s art class

Last week I facilitated an art class for 50 grandmothers. This is an organization that honors women and their wisdom. It started when our ancestors would be in a circle around the cook-fires. They dedicated this space to sharing, listening, and speaking more thoughtfully. This concept has become a tradition…

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Don’s dog, Zach

…felt the loss of his Dad. As some of you know I lost my husband last month. It was unexpected and grueling. But not just for the humans… Zach was overwhelmed as well.               They were inseparable.         Camping           …

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‘Message in a Box’ art class

It was a good friend’s birthday last week, so I had an art class//luncheon for 14 girlfriends… and grandson, Micah. You’ve heard of message in a bottle, right? Well this is the same thing, only in a BOX.       …………..Go Fly a kite……………………….When Pigs Fly……………………………Wishing You………….. An Easy Climb….

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Gallery Talk on ‘ART in Recovery’

  Last week I gave a presentation at Sophiella Gallery in Mobile, AL. It’s a stunning showroom right on Dauphin Street in the heart of Old Town. My student’s artwork was on display most of the month of January because this is the FIRST annual ART in Recovery month. I…

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