Many of you undoubtedly have read Natalie Goldberg’s Writing from the Bones. Natalie’s book is celebrating its 30th anniversary and sits on a special spot on my bookshelf.
Indeed, when I visited Taos I sat and wrote in the very chair that Natalie uses to sit on and write.
Let me give it a whirl right now:
I remember when I walked to St. John’s church hall hoping to find someone there so I could sign-up to become a brownie (girl scout) and no one was there to do sign-ups. I remember my disappointment.
I remember making love in a hollowed out tree in the rain forest.
I remember the ‘White Hawk’ dream that woke me on the morning of my wedding day.
I remember when my oldest daughter gave birth to her daughter and my first grandchild.
I remember when I made a special trip to go visit periwinkle and say goodbye before I moved from the Northwest to California for a second time.
and that’s just for starters….
Now its your turn: