Wednesday, February 18th at 7pm in our library will be an open mic night. We hope many of us and also many visitors will join us for an evening of shared personal stories.
How exciting that our order of forty more Aster and Ink books arrived at the post office this very morning. Since our assignment was “Timing”, this arrival followed suit. Hot off the press we have already sold fifteen books and are holding an additional six for others. So, twenty one are gone and nineteen to go. With our big Winterfest celebration this coming week we still have plenty of books available and an opportunity to sell more.
Our meeting was filled inspiration and comradeship. We had not assigned “love” as a topic but love appeared in one form or another in most of the pieces shared at this meeting. We had a love story based on “timing”, as well as another one based on a tree transformed into the sculptor of a woman’s torso. We heard the story of how the love of the mountains inspired one couple to move up to Indian Lake. Personal notes shared by their receiver revealed how written words have the ability to glow with the love of friends and family who live at a distance.
We ended on a note of humor with a story called “Search” and chuckled recognizing the all to familiar pattern of frequently looking for something in the house which we need and can never locate.
***Mark your calendar! This Wednesday, February 18th at 7pm in our library will be an open mic night. We hope many of us and also many visitors will join us for an evening of shared personal stories.
***Assignment: Jim jumped ahead of my latest idea. I decided that the word SEARCH would be an interesting topic to tackle.
***Next meeting: Hope to see one and all at our next meeting — Wednesday, March 11 – 1:30 in our library.