Life is a Verb Camp, named for Patti Digh's book Life is a Verb was filled with about 100 creative souls that probably have changed my life forever.
|My new friend Susan, who shares my love of mandalas and labyrinths.|
|Amazing poets Naomi Shihab Nye and Ellen Bass were with us to share their poetry, and their own particular ways of looking and life, and made poetry so accessible to us all.|
|The story of Donna's little crayon apron really touched the little girl in my heart. Sharon photo bombed this photo of Suzanne and I.|
|During the closing circle on Sunday morning, singing (and dancing) in a circle of about 100 wonderful people!|
|Patti Digh, our fearless leader. What a vision this woman has.|
|Sharing a hug with Sherry in this marvelous coat of all my favorite colors. |
Sherry taught us about celebrating all of life's little moments.
|Having fun in a book making class|
|Last night of camp, s'mores and sparklers by the lake.|
|I learned about Contra dance. So much fun!|
|Yes. These people are my tribe. I cherish them all.|
|Working on a mixed media storyblock at the pre-camp session based on Patti Digh's book The Geography of Loss|
|Camp Kanuga, with Lake Kanuga, in November splendor.|
|So many beautiful memories of place and people and time. |