Perfect Timing to be at Writing Retreat, Right?: #sol15 28/31

 

We have finished for the day.  Just hanging out now, drinking a bit of wine, eating a few chips and talking a lot!  I’m the only one writing at the moment, but everyone shared something from their writing today and powerful, really powerful writing.

I love this group of 14 women.  Many I know well, after a full institute together and then some.

I love the process of writing together, writing off alone, writing and sharing in pairs.  Writing in all its forms with others.  Together and a apart.

It snowed as I drove up to this spot on the Hudson River and hopefully in the morning, we will be out together exploring before we return for morning writing.  I am charged with the capture.

I can’t miss anymore talk so I’m signing off for now.

See you tomorrow.

 

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8 thoughts

  1. Oh, this looks like it was wonderful! What an amazing opportunity and gift to be able to have a community of writers. It’s so important as teachers to be engaged, actively, in the practices we teach.

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