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Slipper Camp – Times of My Life



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My next Slipper Camp starts June 8th.

In this online writing Slipper Camp, we will be writing about times we’ve loved, lost and longed for. Minutes light and dark and times that are/were just plain ordinary. We will be writing about “’loving every minute of our lives” and about times when we couldn’t do that. Minutes we spent in a tropical paradise with an open book and our morning coffee. Minutes we spent waiting for someone who never came.

You will be prompted to write about it all.

Natalie Goldberg wrote: “Our lives are both ordinary and mythical. We live and die, age beautifully or full of wrinkles. We wake in the morning, buy yellow cheese and hope we have the money to pay for it. At the same time, we have these magnificent hearts that pump through all sorrow and all winters we are alive on this earth. We are important and our details are worthy to be recorded.”

Come write with us. You are important and your details are worthy to be recorded.

It will be the same format: 10 writers will receive 3 illustrated prompts about TIMES OF MY LIFE every OTHER morning for 20 days along with daily writing tips and coaching suggestions.

Tuition: PM me for Cost
Limit: 10 writers
Starts: June 8th

Lasts: 20 days (10 days of writing)

Please let me know if you’re interested. Payment secures your spot.


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