Our students are remarkable people. They offer their talents and passions in many beautiful ways. Over the years they have sometimes shared the details of what they Love. I invite them here to share with other students. Thankfully they are willing to show up! Again this Fall you’ll meet some of them and learn about what they Love. DETAILS
Sheila Frye-Matragrano (above) is a writer, poet and long-time MBSR and yoga student here (often with husband and daughter!). “The Legacy of Chaos” in Sawmill Magazine is her most recent short story. Sheila will read another of her pieces “The Colorgiver” in the 1.2 issue of The Looseleaf Tea Journal. Thank you Sheila!
John in my Tuesday 5:30pm class captured our interest with a picture of his beautiful wool weaving. Even raising the sheep, shearing, spinning and dying the wool it seems. He noted “I would love to share what I know as a novice Navajo style weaver sometime during the evening.” Of course and thank you so much John. I can’t wait to see and learn more.
Glenn and Sheryl in my Wednesday 7pm class often talk about the events in the sky: meteor showers, planets visible easily, International Space Station, eclipses. They pay attention from home through their telescopes. Hear and see some remarkable stories about the heavens available to you and me from our back yards. Look over a telescope. Glen and Sheryl pictured from a trip to Kah-Nee-Ta with the Rose City Astronomer Club and a picture of Glenn’s 152mm refractor.
Mike in my Wednesday morning class was describing his amazing encounters with Osprey, Eagle, and Heron and other beautiful creatures while kayaking in local river landscapes. Come and see more and hear about Mike’s dedicated travels locally. Mike’s kayak pictured here.
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Kind Regards — Brant