Quote of the Day: Long before I wrote stories. I listened for stories. ~ Eudora Welty
Gifted writers have gifted ears. ~ Curtis W. Casewil
Alex J. Cavanaugh, host of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group, gave us permission to post our usual Insecure post on the first Wednesday of each month on a Tuesday this month, because we’re celebrating Indpendence Day here in the U.S.A. on July 4. Since this is usually a time when family and friends gather, it seems like a good theme for this month’s posting.
What inspires you? What do you do when you are feeling isolated, blocked, discouraged, or stuck in your art?
Gather a few friends around your kitchen table and talk about your hopes & dreams, your goals and ambitions.
The creative energy around my kitchen table last Friday night was inspiring. Here are three of my favorite people talking about what they love to do, what inspires them, and what they’d like to do with their gifts and talents.
On Sunday, my friend, the artist JeMA, and her family parked their RV in the park for Art in the Park Day. They have turned their plain ole RV into a public art project. They ask you to put on a dot and tell them three things that inspire you. You can participate remotely by going to their website, Inspire to Inspire.
Share your art and ideas with other people.
Hang out with other creative spirits.
Collaborate, support, and encourage one another.
Go. Create. Inspire!
Journaling Prompt: What inspires you? Go to JeMA’s website and share it if you like. Journal it; share it here; whisper it to a trusted friend.