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Have you ever pondered about who you truly are and how to make sense of your life? Such is the noble pursuit – the art of writing – which addresses these lively questions.

Three years ago seems like yesterday, when I responded to a simple flyer entitled “Writing Your Way Home.”  This invitation was “casual and open to all seekers” facilitated by an author/spiritual director.  During the first session I committed to the notion of writing to thank God for my good life.  My first story was inspired by a Seattle postcard I had received from my son.  The words tumbled onto the notebook page in less than 5 minutes.  How fluid the plot developed as I pressed pen to paper, with tender emotions pouring out of me as I read the story out loud… Lesson #1 – “always write from the heart.”

Fast forward, our original group of five meets twice a year exploring all literary and art forms to improve our writing skills.    We boldly reveal our personal life lessons — all of them poignantly beautiful.

Lesson #2 – Writing blazes a personal trail of storytelling.  Now, I garner all promptings quickly in my notebook, allow the Spirit to work through me and voila!  This blog spot is alive and each day I daringly have something to write about…

I wish to thank everyone, especially ‘my Delight,’ who supports me in this imaginative endeavor.

Life is well worth telling!


“Write through the brain and goes/slide to the heart.”

…Maya Angelou…


sincerely, your happy and grateful orchid




10 thoughts on “A NOBLE PURSUIT

  1. Writing from your heart and soul is so beautiful and to thank our beautiful God who is the one inspiring us with his pen who we are and he who writes all these beautiful stories. Lovely post and so nice to be together and do awesome work together. Beauitful picture too.

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  2. Thank you for continuing to write and encourage me daily. I enjoy reading and especially happy for your communication with your son. Happy Summer off to Jamaica for a couple of weeks see you soon.

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