Tuesday, January 17, 2006

I would try

We are taking an exercise from Julia Cameron's The Sound of Paper.

The artist soul thrives on adventure.
Many adventures require that we muster the courage to be a beginner. That bicycle trip to France requires that I haul out my bike and start riding. That black-and-white photography course says "Get out the camera; shoot a few rolls." Yoga for beginners requires that i stretch myself physically and mentally. Attendance at an open mic invites me to bring a poem. Life is filled with adventure if we are openhearted. [LOVE THAT!]
List five things you would love to do, if you didn't have to do them perfectly.

1. If I didn't have to do it perfectly, I'd try to teach a scrappin class.
2. If I didn't have to do it perfectly, I'd try oil paint.
3. If I didn't have to do it perfectly, I'd try write a book - children's or young adults.
4. If I didn't have to do it perfectly, I'd try to open a scrappin store.

7 Comments:

Blogger ArtsyMama said...

Love your list! Great stuff:)

January 17, 2006  
Blogger The Other Half said...

found you on two peas! love this list!!

oh there are so many things i would do!!

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January 17, 2006  
Blogger aday said...

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January 17, 2006  
Blogger Kat said...

love this too! hmm, gotta thinkbabout that for abit.....

January 17, 2006  
Anonymous Ti said...

i like your list, your number 1 & 4 I'd like to try one day...

January 17, 2006  
Blogger Babs said...

Cool stuff! Isn't someone's CJ topic related to perfection?

January 17, 2006  
Blogger spaycee said...

You don't have to write a novel perfectly :-) Consider participating in National Novel Writing Month in 2006, in November, www.nanowrimo.org. That's how I wrote my first book :-)

January 19, 2006  

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