“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.” ~ Robin Williams
Go out there this weekend, look up, look down, look around – without your phone in hand, just soak in the nature wherever your fall boots take you.
I don’t know about you, but I’m thinking that I have words, ideas and stories inside of me that I know will change someone’s world. I am discovering new people and their extremely creative ways they share their skills to the universe.
I am so excited to learn new ways of getting all I have to offer to the outside space for people to come look at what we have in order to help them find their own path of solutions.
We all pocess special gifts, not one of them is the same . . . in this vast world of creations, none of us have the same gifts – that where the miracles reside in all of us. We all walk different paths and at times it takes us to the same place just different scenery on the way.
My first step onto a new path is this Sunday, it’s a Documentary Production Workshop . . . this should be fun! I will keep you posted. Please if you so desire to share your new path I would love to hear how you journey through this world.
Do you have “Those Items” around your house that don’t fit into your style but you can’t quite find it in your heart to depart with them? I remember years ago, a client had lost her father “the fisherman” when they cleared out his fishing cabin they brought home these freaking fish that were mounted onto a wooden plaque and would sing, and flip their fins . . . do you remember them from the 1980s?
Well, everyone and anyone must have brought him one of these fish that sang songs like; “Take me to the river” and many other hits! My client had a what I called a vintage-glamourous home decor – the fish did not have a home in her home to say the least – but, she had a hard time parting with them because they brought back funny memories to her when she and the family would spend time with their father at the cabin.
I created this form for her, she could take a picture of each of the plagued fish and write a funny memory to share with her family, children and grandchildren. I took the pictures had them developed at The Mystic Color Lab and together with her family they shared stories and laughs while attaching the pictures to the sheet, writing the stories, then inserting them into a report covers to be placed into the 3-ring binder I purchased for her.
I would laugh when I’d hear her grandchildren going through the book and telling stories that were half their imagination and the other half the facts . . . it was hilarious!
Download the form – Start sharing stories with pictures – Declutter the fun way!