Skip to main content

love is a VERB # 1


Reading, reading and more reading ... I must have enrolled myself in some kind of school, while my back was turned to me. I'm on my fourth week of writing  in the Artist Way Journal, (reading the book as well) I only missed two days of the last twenty-one days ... Yep, I'm patting myself on my back. Finding Divine Inspiration was such a speed read for me, that I just might have to reread it to join in on the Book Discussion at Created by Faith site. I've fallen in love with Janice Elsheimer and all she has to share in her book The Creative Call. It just feels good to have some written background on Creative Collaborations with the Father, All four of these books have really help me to see my creatively more clearly. You can find these links to these titles and more in the right sidebar. What are you reading these days?


Comments

  1. I am reading The Alphabet verses the Goddess. While I don't agree with all the author's conclusions, I particularly enjoyed his take on the history of the early church and how Christian thought developed beginning when the gospels were written. I always wondered how so many of the teachings of the church that seemed counter to my understanding of the teachings of Jesus wandered into our theology.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

ALL TIME POPULAR POST

Sunday Spaces: Artist Laura Ludwig Hamor

Artist Laura Ludwig Hamor Welcome to Sunday Spaces and please allow me to introduce to you artist Laura Ludwig Hamor . A wife, Mother of four ... Creative Girl and CCO ... you know Chief Creative Officer . All content and photos of this Sunday Space are the property of LLHamor and have been republished here with permission & grace. You just gotta love this creative go getter Laura ... I'm Thankful to Laura for sharing her inspiring story here on Sunday Spaces ...  The story of my studio is tied in to my cancer. Good things and not so good things somethings come together. In 2003 I was finally diagnosed with  thyroid cancer . I say finally because I was sick for 10 months, constant choking and coughing all night long before I found my cancer. ~ okay, side-bar for a quick cancer story....  I was sick, and first we thought it was a virus, then maybe  bronchitis , then maybe an allergy, I coughed and coughed, I couldn't sleep. I coughed so hard, I broke two rib

Moody Biz Board

This is it, my moody board inspired by the Blogging Your Way Team of   Decor 8

we were here ...

... we are HERE! WE moved ... now you can find us HERE

ALL TIME POPULAR POSTS

Sunday Spaces: Artist Laura Ludwig Hamor

Artist Laura Ludwig Hamor Welcome to Sunday Spaces and please allow me to introduce to you artist Laura Ludwig Hamor . A wife, Mother of four ... Creative Girl and CCO ... you know Chief Creative Officer . All content and photos of this Sunday Space are the property of LLHamor and have been republished here with permission & grace. You just gotta love this creative go getter Laura ... I'm Thankful to Laura for sharing her inspiring story here on Sunday Spaces ...  The story of my studio is tied in to my cancer. Good things and not so good things somethings come together. In 2003 I was finally diagnosed with  thyroid cancer . I say finally because I was sick for 10 months, constant choking and coughing all night long before I found my cancer. ~ okay, side-bar for a quick cancer story....  I was sick, and first we thought it was a virus, then maybe  bronchitis , then maybe an allergy, I coughed and coughed, I couldn't sleep. I coughed so hard, I broke two rib

A Micro Mag N less than a WeeK

  $5 Inspired Studios Magazine is here! Inspirations come and Inspirations go, then inspirations linger in our spirit, untouchable, by the outside world and we press on. Others call us crazy, but we press on. We ourselves, understand it not ... but we press on. Inspired Studios Magazine; shares stories of pressing on in our visions, that none can see.  I have a theory, about GOD, abundance and the gift of inspiration, it goes something like this ... GOD passes out inspiration, like Santa throwing candy at a Christmas Parade. Some children run, and grab the sweet stuff, eat it, before a parent can say no. Some, stand on the sidewalk wishing, they had the courage to step off the curb and grab it. And, then, there are the children, who quietly grab, themselves some candy, slip it, into their pockets, planning to unwrap it later, when they can  enjoy it's sweetness, it's flavor and it's bite. A Facebook post  this past Spring, led me to Seth Godin's post about the fut