What do participants’ say about us?
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“My aha moment was realizing the importance of sharing thoughts, seeing how we all differ, and recognizing how important it is to exchange our ideas and bring things to light.” – Marjorie Cater
“This PlayShop was fun! -Jasmine Bright (age 7)
I’m gonna stop and have more fun. I’ll use my painting to remind me of my dream to have a small travel trailer and go camping.” -Lorraine Bright
“This was a really fun morning. It was a beautiful setting and fun to sit and laugh. I loved the presenters and it was great to meet staff that I don’t get to see.” -Seasons Hospice Volunteer
“It was like getting out of the real world. I didn’t know I could let myself play like that. Shining is hard. It’s easier to sit in a shell. Yet, we gain from our experiences.” -Connie Stearns
“When I arrived, I believed I was not creative. Then, that belief morphed; and I changed that belief; so I am no longer stuck in it. It was a safe space; and it felt OK to come out of my comfort zone.” -Kat Partch
I surprised myself. Initially, I was terrified of the horses. The instructions helped. The whole concept (of intention) seems profound. It’s interesting and something to think about. I like who I AM right now; yet, I recognize I can change. I will be thinking deeply about it.“ -Patricia French
“I am thanking my Flow of Good. Accepting one’s flow of good is a choice. Because I am an introvert, I try to get out of things. Today, I prayed for snow. I AM SO GLAD IT DIDN’T SNOW! The open-hearted sharing was astounding. I realized I don’t laugh a lot. This was a good reminder.” -Mary Breckenridge
“I realized that, as I placed my intention into the sand, I embodied it. The sand-sharing ritual reminded me that we are all connected…all things of the Earth and beyond.” –Kat Partch