Sparkly, Feisty, Frisky
“Our best course of action when grumpy shows up,” Urania capped her purple gel pen, “… is to invite him in and offer a cup of tea.”
“And,” Thalia tied Typist’s bandanna, “to tell our readers he’s visiting. We have the best readers in the whole wide world. They seem to be able to pull us up out of whatever holes we’ve let our collective mind drop into.”
“Like our friend klm who asked, ‘If we have seven dwarves, why not seven fairies, too? Sparkly? Feisty? Frisky?’” said Calliope.
“Or IL, who shared a tip she picked up in the book she’s currently reading… Limitless. Instead of asking questions like… Why must I feel so awful? or How come Grumpy refuses to leave when his tea is gone? What if our questions shifted toward possibility?”
Urania cleared her throat. “We know somebody who wrote a book about that!”
Typist dabbed the laughter tears rolling down her cheeks and asked, “Questions like… What can I do while resting? or What kind of tea will send Grumpy on his merry way?”
Thalia added, “As BK oft repeats… The thinker thinks and the prover proves. How and what we think can shift reality.”
A word from Typist/Paintist:
I received so many generous replies in response to yesterday’s letter.
One reader offered a suggestion that might be helpful for readers who are new to 3musesmerge and/or readers who process information visually. AF wondered if I might include a short reminder of the muses names and personalities with each letter sent.
What a generous way to help readers keep up with which muse is which… They can be a little confusing?
I will work on a graphic today.