Mama was my greatest teacher, a teacher of compassion, love and fearlessness. If love is sweet as a flower, then my mother is that sweet flower of love.
— STEVIE WONDER
Guess what day it is today?
Listen to a song I recorded, “Somebody Loves Me…”
And that somebody is a very special…MOM.
Happy Mother’s Day Weekend, Detourists!
A quick note today, because I’m at the amazing wellness spa, Canyon Ranch in Lennox, Massachusetts, where I’ll be presenting (and performing) a three-day workshop for a great, women’s empowerment-themed series!
- Check out my 10 Self-Care Practices for Spring
- Cook a healthy dinner of Zoodles Stroganoff (my favorite!)
- Make your own essential oils
- Try this art idea for an amazing card!
And I have a ton more ideas on the crafty section of my site. But hey, remember that CREATIVITY is just a mindset…and anyone can be a artist!
(If you need proof, read why It’s Cool to Mess Up: Improv is the New Super-Food)
My mother has inspired me…for as long as I’ve known her!
She’s also helped me through some hard times:
She was the first person I told about being sexually abused.
She helped me be strong through…well, read, ARE PTSD SURVIVORS WEEK?
And she’s even had Detours of her own. Read her guest post in my weekly #LoveMyDetour series!
EVERYONE HAS DETOURS…right?
A Special Mother’s Day Treat!
In honor of Mother’s Day, get your tickets now! I’ll be bringing Gutless and Grateful to 54 Below on Friday June 30, 9:30pm, and a powerful message that it’s possible to overcome anything with a bit of creativity, humor and and GUTS!
(and my great mom…she was even a participant in my latest DETOUR workshop!)
My mother has inspired much of my mixed media artwork. All of these are for sale too, and this card is great for the occasion!
Speaking of amazing women, lots of new exciting updates with FIBERS! A brand new solo play I’ve written based on oral history interviews I’ve done with my family all about my amazing Grandmother. More updates soon!
But for now, it’s time to take a breath, smell the (Mother’s Day) Roses, and appreciate Mom. And the Moms in us all!
God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.
— JEWISH PROVERB