Although there’s still snow on the ground here in Kansas City, I’m thinking of summer weather, specifically the week of July 4-10 in the red rock hills of northern New Mexico, where I’ll be teaching a weeklong Ghost Ranch writing seminar called “Restless Hearts: Writing Our Way Toward Home.”
Home is not necessarily our permanent legal address, that place where we most often sleep. Rather, home is where we are most free to be ourselves, which means being in healthy relationships with others and with God. So, in fact, we can find ways to be at home wherever we are. In this class, we will talk and read and write about finding our way toward this kind of moveable home.
For more details of the class and to register, see: bit.ly/f15cOT
I hope to see some of you there this summer.
Bill Tammeus — 816-926-0366
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