Yesterday I moved my computer out of the kitchen, where I could not think with all the noise and the sizzling things on the stove, and into a newly made home office. Today I went right into my new and sacred space!!
Day One in the office: Here is what I am doing, I am listening to music on Pandora. I was studying, but I took a minute to write some poetry that just came to me. continue reading
A little Catrina girl
I was in Mazatlan during the Dia de Muertos (The Day of the Dead), a Mexican holiday, and I was BLOWN AWAY! I must share it. This festival is a fantastic blend of thoughts on life and death, wrapped together with artistic visions. At first, the folk art captured my heart, and then it shook my bones. Because I saw things I never expected. I was just experiencing this holiday for the first time in my life…and I really got into it!
Here is a gallery of the glorious things I saw that night:
I would like to promote those who are fine art thinkers, as they are emerging in communities today. Here is the Facebook page for Clarissa Pinkola Estes, the author of the books, Women who Runs with the Wolves and Untie the Strong Woman. I find her thoughts on being a creative women (aka a wild woman) quite remarkable. I see that she is also actively writing new thoughts on her Facebook page – Irene
Clarissa Pinkola Estes’ Facebook Page
Clarissa Pinkola Estes at Amazon Books