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I’ve been Digh-nified lately. By a woman named Patti Digh. Patti is a mother, a speaker, a thinker, a philosopher, a storyteller, the author of six super inspirational books on living and creativity and the keeper of a blog called 37 Days. Digh’s awareness … Continue reading
There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age. ~Sophia … Continue reading
About a year ago I was doing a residency program at a school. A bunch of middle schoolers and I were working on a giant canvas mural, but the visit had started with a snafu when the canvas I’d ordered … Continue reading
So, I know that the 52 Mondays Blog is usually a place to find positive, uplifting, inspirational stuff. I know that, when you come here, I’m usually peddling peace, love and happiness. And, I know that many of my most … Continue reading
Meet my beautiful garbage. Tea bag packages, peel tops from cans of bread crumbs, gold and silver candy trays, twist-ties, tissue paper from shirt and shoe boxes, beach tags, ticket stubs, candy wrappers, clothing tags cereal boxes, old maps and … Continue reading