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Virginia--yes, I had to take the sacred out of it. I mean, that it be done at a sacred time, at a sacred place, with sacred tools. It sounds good, but in reality, it makes it too big and too scary. Now, it's everyday--casual, no big deal. Sooo much easier to handle! And yes, I too regret that I'm so far away from dear friends. When is teleportation going to become a reality?!


I love this vibrant blue bag with the marvelous cats and the idea of making your writing portable. I use a plainer blue 'Life is Good' bag myself, but it works great when I walk downtown for coffee, a meal, or to people-watch while sitting on a bench on Main Street ... and when I head to the pier, bike trail on the bluff, or sandy beach nearby. Until Jan (of 'My Dumbo Feather' and her friend Kathy helped me clear clutter from my home on a recent visit, my blue bag sat at the bottom of the stairs with lots of other 'stuph' but now it hangs from the 'hat rack' at the bottom of the stairs ... just as accessibly.

I'm so glad you've created a new 'virtual' spot to share and look forward to catching up with you as time permits even as I wish that Maryland wasn't on the other side of the continent from me because I'd LOVE to meet you for coffee and a chat right about now. Instead, methinks I'm going to brew myself a cup with my new Keurig machine and log on to Giraffe Journal to follow your fine example. I need to get back in the routine of posting more regularly.
Hugs and blessings,


I think I actually talked with you about the bag and the plan, Kara, the FIRST time I considered it! LOL!! I'm still getting used to the idea of little bursts of creativity, but I think in the end it will work quite well!!


I love the bag! I like it even more knowing that you are gonna use it for the ease of grabbing little bits of writing time.


I'm feeling good about it!! Thanks for stopping by!!

The Other laura

I love it! I definitely do opportunistic writing in the summer when hanging out with Max. I hope it works for you!

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