Tag Archives: poetry

Get Your Travel On

This is a good time of year to travel.  Take an inner journey…  Do some adventurous self exploration and then reemerge with new form and flower.  For those of us in climates heading towards spring, this journey is an echo of what the natural world is doing.  And for those of us getting ready to start Lent…

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In Community with Art

Last weekend I was in Grand Junction, Colorado.  This was my first visit and I was struck by how much the city embraces and supports arts.  Sculptures of all kinds can be found along Main Street.  Some sculpture pedestals had posters with poetry written by grade school children.  Did I say amazing poetry?  It was! …

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The Sky’s the Limit

It’s that time of year – graduation ceremonies with all of the surrounding excitement!  We get to hear principals and other speakers talk about the room containing future doctors, lawyers, inventors, engineers, musicians, poets and artists.  (Ok, I added the last three because sometimes people forget to mention them.)  My stomach gets this excited feeling…

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Looking for You! (and You Too!)

I woke up this morning with spinning thoughts around getting people to the Creative Life Center at St. Ambrose Open House and to our classes.  One of my deepest desires is to bring expanding experiences into the lives of those who would appreciate it.  The first steps are to get the word out about our…

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