are very earthy, and no doubt that she shall grow beyond her perimeters and very soon.
Michael Field won my heart with his oil portraiture and very impressionable conversation. His greeting you into the door was very warm and energy filled. He used to teach clay sculpting, but as the human form, you better know your skeletal body for without it, you would not pass his anatomy course.
I really enjoyed speaking to a gal named Annie from the Yarn Works Inc. shop. Very creative women own this business and I believe there are nine of them altogether. This is a place that creativity flows beyond the doorway, beautiful scarves and handbags and much more. They have classes as well.
There is one more I want to mention. She is an artist in her own right. Lilan Laishley, Ph.D. She is a Holistic Counselor and Life Coach. My daughter enjoys speaking with her.
Lilan is an inspiring soul for those who speak with her. A friendly and compassionate person who is a great listener. Perhaps she will write her book soon, as I am sure many would love to read it.
I understand Lilan's work as we both work with the mind, body and spirits of others.
Along my travels I also do my spiritual lightwork, counseling and therapy for clients, in venues pre-scheduled by businesses through out the year. It is a task not many are willing to take on, but there are people in the country that want spiritual guidance from people who care.
I for one will sign up for a lecture by Lilan Laishley if she schedules one. For wisdom is like a flavor so palatable you seemingly cannot get enough of it.
I must sum this one up to get my editor on the run to the press ……
Today is really yesterday and it has become tomarrow, take a chance on any given day to see and feel what others have to share. You may not like everyone's cup of tea, but you at least had the invitation to try it.
For every different artist in any given area, there is a difference. Because of this individual difference, they too in life make a great difference.
An elder once told me, "You may never become famous to the world but you may only become famous among your family and peers, fame is not what the world sees, but it is in the spirit being and knowing that you were you."
I feel the wind, and soak up the sun, taste of tomarrow and dance naked under the moon, and I spell tomarrow with an "A," why …. Because I can.
Come visit us at Knights Park in Athens on October 13th for Pumkintown Festival.
Happy Fall, Autumn or Mabon or whatever you choose to celebrate.
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