Freddieless Fridays

The HeART of Spirituality & Creativity

Posed Spontaneity or . . .  Spontaneously Posed

(When I recover from trying to contain these wonderful, but wild women,

my aim is to post the focus & resulting journal pages of each workshop . . . when I recover).

DSCN4750“I have a great time and never miss a class.  I am not an artist but have learned and really enjoy my creations and the work we do together.  A great bunch of gals to meet with be supported by and to support.  I love working with Judith for the past several years.  It is always a good experience.  It will change your life. Really.”  Carol Falacara

DSCN4752“I love this workshop! I needed to continue to process this event in my life and this workshop lets my creativity come out to process.”  Cory Haninger

DSCN4753I enjoyed the most:  “What my fellow attendees share and how they inspire my journey and my artistic images.”  Katie Truitt

DSCN4765“I love this workshop because it’s a combination of a girl’s support group and an art class . . . a totally unique find of an art class invented by Judy!  Judy doesn’t teach boring painting technique but she does teach us how to open up our hearts and souls and realize that everything we create is wonderful!”  Sandhya Larsen

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DSCN4767 DSCN4770 DSCN4771 DSCN4773 DSCN4778“My first time! Truly worth every minute spent reflecting me and laughing with these wonderful ladies.  Thank you Judy for an amazing experience and I look forward to many more and happy to work on it at home!” Tritia M.

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P.S.  Instructions to participants on the feedback form: “I value your comments and feedback . . . and I need some more rave reviews for my testimonial pages.

5 thoughts on “Freddieless Fridays

  1. I want to be in the next class. Do it. Please. Pk Junior. It’s not like it’s going to cost YOU money. just give your peeps time to plan it (October IS my birthday month) and save up. You promised ( ok you didn’t really) why are you so reluctant. We won’t tire you out more than this bunch. And, we will bring ice cream/healthy things. The group needs to meet as one. Love, Laurie

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    1. Laurie,
      True confessions: (as if no one who KNOWS me knew . . . ) I have “trouble planning too far ahead”. Wish I could blame the fibro but it’s always been that way. However, for Peachy Keen I will look at the calendar – what month is the weather the most miserable for you and you want to escape to southern climes?

      Can’t do it in October for your birthday cuz The second week in October I’m teaching a mask presentation for the International Imagery Association Conference in Northern Calif. and then the last week I’ll be in Phoenix attending my 50th (gasp, did I say FIFTY) high school reunion.

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      1. DARLING friend, Gosh, I don’t know, where will we find the time in the months of November, December, January, February and March? Of all people I DO understand about planning so maybe it isn’t even right to plan this, I totally understand. Hadn’t thought of that angle. 50th anniversary of course from nursery school you mean…of course. Know what plan something for when you want to plan something and I will see if I can get a free point ticket (if we have one left) in advance to come. NO pressure on YOU.No pressure on me either. that’s what insurance is for.My bronchitis and I thank you, with great love and fondness.

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