Thanks for mentioning us and the Hot Shops in your blog.
Here is the gorgeous finished project! That message made me feel connected to the artist world, both at the Hot Shops, and around this globe of amazing artists. I AM connected. Here I sit in my office in my tiny little dot of a place in central Minnesota, yet my words have floated all around the globe (maybe?), clearly through several of these United States of America.
Thank you, JeMA, for bringing me to Omaha and introducing me to the Hot Shops.
Thank you, Gerry Klein for finding me through the six (or more) degrees of separation (better said: connections).
Thank you, Mike Godek, for pausing in your work that day to show us around, introduce us to your artist world, and bring us into the creative community.
Journaling Prompt: Describe a time when a friend connected a friend, or a moment that led you into a great relationship or creative inspiration.
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What fun! You’ve definitely made a lot of connections with one post. The internet has an amazing way of making this big world a little smaller.
Yes, Joanne, and I continue to be inspired by a Whole Latte Life!
Mary, the surprises of this world just keep coming. No wonder we enjoy it so much. 🙂 Thanks for sharing that connection with us. The piano is creative, interesting and pleasing to the eye. It reminds me of you!
what an inspiring post!! thanks so much for sharing 😀
and i LOVE that photo! incredible!!
I will try this again…and wouldn’t you know it…the first post had such elegant words that just flowed?? Oh, well.
I loved the post and the pics. How cool to make such connections!
One of my favorite things about blogging is the new connections and friends.
Not sure which direction you took to Omaha, but anytime you go through Sioux Falls, SD…please let me know as I would love to treat you to a cup of coffee. (We have some cool artsy places down town, so maybe you and JaMe will take a road trip here 🙂
Kim, thanks for coming back and retrying. Of course, the first draft was full of all the poetic phrases, now they’re just pixels floating in the world wide web. A trip to Sioux Falls would be great, and I’d love to have coffee with you. Some day! Blessings and hugs!
Wow, your story is amazing and I’m astounded by the artwork.
Thanks, Catherine. That is a stunning piano.
How cool is that?
Way cool, Christina!