thanks, and apologies for my impatience


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Posted by Sherry on September 9, 2002 at 01:58:37:

In reply to: Re: Spellbinding (that's my business name) Henna posted by Alissa on September 5, 2002 at 15:43:56:

I appreciate the feedback from those who offered it.
I can only say about my impatience, it was they New Moon and I was
ripe for aggrivation...seems I created my own this time! Three self
inflicted grounding henna designs later (and now the waxing moon is
upon us)and I'm alot less anxious...Sigh. Life is SO wonderful.

I'd like to note that I've checked out alot of the sites linked
through this forum and sen BEAUTIFUL work. Inspiring, folks....



: I believe there are transcendant moments to be found in any art
form.
:
: And, to me, there is so much energy exchange happening with certain
: people, some none, but some WOW. To anyone who has the ability to
: turn on to these levels and experience that exchange can be
thrilling
: and/or strange, I think. It can allow for art to appear out of no
: where, from your hand to their skin.
:
: I also thing that custom work seems to really allow more of the
: energy exchange to occur when working. You're not limited to
: referring back to try and duplicate a design. That allows a certain
: freedom sometimes (well in the best of times, really. The worst end
: up being the crappy designs which hopefully I only do on my own
skin).
:
: And yes, not everyone. Some just want a temporary tatto, so that's
: what they take away. Some seek and find more. That's when it gets
: good I think. :)
:
: good luck with your business! I hope that henna will continue to
call
: you to Her and be a muse. :)
:
:
: p.s. i find it ironic that i got to this post only AFTER the one you
: posted above on the list. patience, mijita!

 


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