Play: Explore the Possibles
The writings and workshops of Creative Traveler/artist/blogger/coach Jennifer Lee have inspired a new addition to the staff, ‘required reading’ department. (staff meeting: saturday 9. 19. at 3).Using Stuart Brown’s book, “Play: How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination and Invigorates the Soul” guests will be encouraged to take their play historyupon arrival. Not a test, Dr. Brown compares your play history as a “time machine, a screen that will show you things you may never have seen clearly, or remind you of things you have long forgotten.”Here is Dr. Brown describing the power of play. Thank you to our California friends for bringing Ted: Ideas Worth Spreading into our lives.
Who was the favorite childhood you? (Jennifer was Pippi. Cat Woman and a gypsy Fortune Teller, immediately come to this mind). and you?
Pippi!? Someone should check-out my sister's blog! http://pippithatsjustwrongstocking.blogspot.comI'll have to think on mine.
Love Pippi's poetry and your mom's too. what creative forces…I love the story of paint on her jeans. I'll suggest the hotel encourages paint stains. be well.
Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting on my last post. I look forward to reading some of your poety. My childhood me's are Pippi (of course) Punky Brewster, and Snoopy (he may be a dog, and a cartoon, but he is so carefree, loving and fun.) I love your blog, it's like a little retreat in blogworld.
thank you Pippi. I love(d) snoopy too. "Carefree, loving and fun"…not a bad way to be remembered. happy writing.