Bon Voyage, Agents of CHANGE!

Dear friends who are leaving for wide-open desert skies, Mexican beaches, Irish stages, and other faraway destinations,

Bon voyage! Enjoy! Suck the marrow of life 

… or whatever floats your boat. 

It’s an exciting time of transformation, explosive creativity, making connections, falling in love, losing one’s self, unraveling, tearing down walls, soaring desires, sexiness, celebration, community, dancing, building art, fire, peace, catharsis, and rock ‘n’ roll. 

I love you all. I’ll be thinking energizing, empowering, and hydrating thoughts for you over the next week and a half. I hope your adventures inspire you and fulfill your dearest wishes. Be your authentic, truest selves. Be careful when it counts and be daring as often as possible. For thine is the power and the glory.

Love always,

3 Responses to “Bon Voyage, Agents of CHANGE!”

  • mickibean
    August 21, 2008 at 3:57 pm

    “For thine is the power and glory”….amen:) (i was raised catholic, those words HAVE to be followed by amen! haha) Thanks girly, you da bomb:)


  • nonosays
    August 21, 2008 at 5:11 pm

    “Be careful when it counts and be daring as often as possible.”

    This is the best blessing ever. I want to tattoo it on the soles of my feet.


  • sundayhangover
    August 21, 2008 at 7:02 pm

    Thank you lovely lady! What you wrote is exactly what I hope will happen. *muah*


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