Resource Girl

Massaging the inner-artist

February 20th, 2010

Months have past since I have posted, you may or many not be wondering, where has the Resource Girl been? She has been putting out personal fires and attempting to take all of her own splendid advice.

Last night I slipped out of my campground, I affectionately call my apartment “The Campground”, and placed myself in the arms of a nurturing little group on called The New York Cultural Circle. It was held in a persian rug shop on the upper west side. Vegan treats, yummy beef cheek and delish, if not turkish delights, deserts equally enchanting to the tongue. We were a very eclectic group with all age ranges, economic classes and races. There to share our works of art perfected, in progress, maybe just the seedling of an idea-we were met with open arms of support as well as warm Turkish tea served by our gracious host. Each one opening their hearts to a perfect stranger and revealing the thing that really “jazzes” them.

Reading from my book aloud reminded me of the implulsive, forward thinking energy that I had when I wrote it. It put me right up close and personal with my best self. Feeling I provided encouragment to others, as they did to me, and a profound reminder that I have been hiding in my tent for too long.


1 Comment »

  1. Judy E says

    One of life’s greatest pleasures…meeting new people and finding you have some things in common.

    February 22nd, 2010 | #

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