Opening the mind …

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Brief Update:
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything here or at Giraffe Journal, but I’ve put my ‘virtual hiatus’ to effective use and am delighted to announce that my first journal Writing the Labyrinth with Virginia is published and available for sale on this site.

Click here for details.

I have continued to write the labyrinth daily so I’ve created lots of pieces and accumulated many stories to share in the days, weeks, and months ahead .   I’ll be publishing with more regularity on both sites from now on.

One of these days I’ll figure out how to use Aweber to add an Opt In Box to the site so I can better get acquainted with site visitors. In the meantime, you can stay connected by anonymously subscribing to my RSS feed, send me email at

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I plan to schedule teleclasses teaching more about the Labyrinth Writing process in the very near future and hope you’ll want to participate.

Thought for Today

“A quotation at the right moment is like bread in a famine.”

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2 Responses to Opening the mind …

  1. jzrart says:

    Great Job, Virginia. And I’m really looking forward to receiving my copy of your journal. It’s worth being quiet on the net sometimes in order to get wonderful things done.


    • Virginia says:

      Thanks so much Joan,
      I appreciate finding your encouraging words here this evening as much as I enjoyed discovering your order via PayPal via email this afternoon. I loved writing a labyrinth style personalized message on the inside cover before sending your journal off to you this afternoon. I meant to update Giraffe Journal today too, but that will have to wait until tomorrow. Figuring out how to print mailing labels and getting packages to the Post Office took longer than I’d imagined, but now that I know what I’m doing … this should be easier from now on. At the moment, I’m watching tennis matches recorded yesterday on my DVR … playing with my iPad2 … while savoring the sweetness of success.
      Hugs and blessings,

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