Art, Fun, & Healing

re-CreATe, a dedication

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  Dedication . . . “This book is a living and growing thing to be created and recreated again and again. ‘re-CreATe 20.1.8 is a serious commitment, a playful exploration into minimizing responsibility and maximizing  joy, recreating a re-Tired life [for me.] Be Bold! Add inspiration. Layer. Play! Have fun! Let your imagination run WILD! re-Create and

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re-CreATe 2018,Second Wednesday Creativity

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 Come express yourself and have fun! Monthly, second Wednesday Next gathering March 14, 2018 6-8:30 p.m. Females of any age There will be an art focus each evening, supplies will be provided plus drinks and nibbles. I believe that creativity has the capacity to help us to find balance, to

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Art from the Islands

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“The very essence of playfulness is an openness to anything that may happen, the feeling that whatever happens, it’s okay… you’re either free to play, or you’re not.” John Cleese (I love John Cleese!) When people think of being an artist, they freeze up and say, “I am not an

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Ramblings from a Closet Introvert

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Well known, successful introverts: J.K. Rowling, Bill Gates, Abe Lincoln, Christina Aguilara, Eleanor Roosevelt, George Stephanolpoulos, Emma Watson, Albert Einstein, Rosa Parks, Warren Buffet, Mahatma Gandhi . . . In an earlier post, I mentioned that if we plan to help others we have to follow airplane safety guidelines and

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Feeling Good

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  “I’ve reached a point where I’m comfortable in my own skin, and I do what I need to do, to feel good, but I’m built the way I am. The dancer’s feet, the bruises on my legs, they’re not going to go away. I think real girls have bruises.

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