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Thank you for such a great report on this event, E...

2010-02-13T11:28:10.784+00:00

Thank you for such a great report on this event, E. This must have been felt as a priviledge :). Norrie's adio link was a fabulous alternative to be able to enjoy it though it didn't feel quite the same...
Thank you again for a great blog!!!



Nice to see you Meghan. I've been pimping your...

2010-01-27T19:52:30.769+00:00

Nice to see you Meghan. I've been pimping yours out a little lately - please post some more!
Thanks, Yarrow. You have to pick and choose what works for you from The Artist's Way - I think you are much more stable and less beat up and some of the people she thinks she's talking to! But there's something in there for everyone.



Thank you for your comments on my blog. It's ...

2010-01-27T15:36:15.593+00:00

Thank you for your comments on my blog. It's interesting that The Artist's Way helped you too. I can see how it will help me in the long run, although I'm experiencing a lot of resistance to some of it!

Your post is a good example of filling ourselves with positive art experiences. What better way than to discuss and enjoy your given discipline with other artists/writers. Very interesting, thank you :)



Hey Elizabeth - like your blog. I was at a similar...

2010-01-27T14:57:41.676+00:00

Hey Elizabeth - like your blog. I was at a similar event at the book festival that was Alan Riach and Sandy Moffat talking about the arts in Scotland and international parallels and connections.