WAW 2018 Creative Circle – Loesje Shema; Fortune Cookie Baby Booties

One of our Creative Circles this fall will teach you something that’s not only creative, it’s easy – and it’s not only easy, it can do good for others! Loesje Shema, an alum from last year, volunteered right away when we announced we were adding a Creative Circles morning to Women At Woodstock 2018; she’ll

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Women At Woodstock Playlist – “Feels Like Woodstock”

Here’s an eclectic playlist: indie folk from thoughtful young songwriters, music from around the world, classical music, and more. I hope it transports you to other times & places, inspires dreams, and maybe lifts up in you those utopian hopes from the summer of ’69 – the time of Woodstock. P.S. If you have trouble

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I’m Giving Up. And It’s All Good. Better, Even.

If it’s at all techie, I like to do it myself. It’s my lifelong obsession. Show me a panel of buttons, an array of switches, or a bunch of code, and I’ve gotta learn how to work that thing. When I was six, I begged for a “dashboard” for Christmas. I tore the wrapping off

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Creative Circles – an Old-Fashioned Bee, Multiplied

A few weeks ago we asked what everyone thought about having a sort of an old-fashioned bee at Women At Woodstock, only ramped up; more than one circle, each centered around one type of task or creative endeavor; women sharing and doing and chatting side-by-side. We asked for a vote on the best name. The

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Name This Bee

Loesje Shema (WAW 2017) wrote to me to suggest that at the next Women At Woodstock, maybe some of us could demonstrate/show how to do some craft/creative things that we do with our hands. At first I thought, no, that would not be practical for our Flash Workshops. And then I thought, but who says we have

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Thrilled to Announce: I Was Accepted to the Master Class, Mendocino Coast Writers Conference

“Awards can give you a tremendous amount of encouragement to keep getting better, no matter how young or old you are.” —Alan Alda I’ve talked about “becoming” a writer as of last year. And this year, I’ve started submitting samples and excerpts of my work to journals and competitions. I’m very pleased to announce that

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