live to try
“Ooooohhh-la-la-laaaaaa!” Tal crooned. “Me liketh the experiment!”
“Liketh?” Urania raised her brows. “Goblet-inspired Shakespeare-speak? Seems ill-suited for the 21st century.”
Cal giggled… “‘Twas a tale of three muses; one enthusiastic free spirit… one earthbound rationalist… and… me.”
Don’t forget Typist — who has a few words — organized into a list:
Yesterday I used a new Substack cross-post feature to share a Weather-Report letter written by my friend Margaret — a relevant share because of her exploration of Peter Block’s book — The Answer to How Is Yes: acting on what matters. Margaret’s share synchronized beautifully with 3mm’s recent reference to that intriguing title. Thank you for being such a curious and engaged reader!
The goblet? I spent a sizable chunk of Saturday cutting images from magazines. My circle of listening-ladies and I are trying something new at our weekly gathering. Two of us, will teach four of us, how to make image cards like these: The Storyteller Oracle Deck (If you click the link and experience sticker shock, please know the cost is shown in Hong Kong currency. 😄)
An idea is tickling me. How I might use similar cards to grow something strong, flexible, and inspiring from my experience with c? The answer is — YES! Now on to the learning and living-to-try.
I reached out to my pal Val at Maple Avenue Apparel. 😞 Despite my mystique-fueled attempts to encourage you to adorn your chest with Cal, Tal, and Nia (and the chests of those you love), sales in the 3mm shop are s-l-o-w. Val needs a minimum of 6 more shirt orders to proceed with production. I’m throwing mystique out the window and TRYING blunt and bossy — ORDER A SHIRT! ORDER A SHIRT! ORDER A SHIRT! 2 days, 13 hours, 22 minutes… tick, tick, tick…
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