Last August I had a beyond remarkable weekend in many ways.
Most memorable were my two trips to Hart Park and the creative play which ensued. I wrote, I photographed and I livestreamed. Two of these livestreams were among the most powerful I’ve ever created.
I sat by the river in one, water bubbling past and I noticed a tree making a bridge, and a heart, all in sacrifice to us who will experience her.
I fell apart (or together, depending on your perspective) crying with a-ha’s and deep gratitude.
Quote from the scope, "That's a writable right there."
I wasn’t planning to stop where I did so this made it even more incredible.
The next day I went to the park to do a #5for5BrainDump and create some imagery for it there at the river. I did some snap chatting and a quick live stream standing on a bridge and along the river. It was fabulous but the real magic came when I sat in a tree and talked about writing whatever is in front of you.
I’ve watched that scope three times. THREE TIMES and have yet to be bored by it.
And then I wrote.
And then yesterday I was in a meeting that went long, went to Los Angeles to pick up my friend at the airport and my car broke down there. It wasn’t such a good day. And if I wasn’t careful its not-so-greatness would have obliterated my view of what was wonderful over the weekend.
So – I hope you will take a moment to experience the broadcasts: if you are a writer or a creative person of any sort, it would be so significant if you would.
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Julie Jordan Scott inspires people to experience artistic rebirth via her programs, playshops, books, performances and simply being herself out in the world. She is a writer, creative life coach, speaker, performance poet, Mommy-extraordinaire and mixed-media artist whose Writing Camps and Writing Playgrounds permanently transform people's creative lives. Watch for the announcement of new programs coming in early Summer and beyond.
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