Some times we forget we are not alone. We trudge along, never lifting our heads to look around. Slogging through our daily lives we miss opportunities and chances to meet new friends.
I’m learning to look around and see all the others slogging right along with me. It’s refreshing and enlightening. It also makes me less self centered and more productive.
MyWANA is a superb tool and social site for those of us who might feel isolated by our creativity. Come join me and see just who and what you find.
http://www.wanatribe.com go be a part.
Recently I posted about reconnecting to a part of myself that I thought I had lost. One of the things that I had lost was my sense and ability, my sensability as it were, to really be involved in community with wonderfully witty, snarky, bright, and intelligent folk such as Le Clown from A Clown On Fire and Dotty Headbanger from Notes from a She-Hermit. What happened next has been quite the roller coaster ride and through that one post, I have come to find many other wonderful and interesting bloggers from all over the world with varied interests and challenges. The following contains just a few examples:
and so many, many others. Look them up here, where Dear Dotty has created a space for us all to…
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