Joanna Hale
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"We all begin as a bundle of bones lost somewhere in a desert, a dismantled skeleton that lies under the sand. It is our work to recover the parts. It is a painstaking process best done when the shadows are just right, for it takes much looking. La Loba indicates what we are to look for-the indestructible life force, the bones." Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves, pg. 25-26

"We all begin as a bundle of bones lost somewhere in a desert, a dismantled skeleton that lies under the sand. It is our work to recover the parts. It is a painstaking process best done when the shadows are just right, for it takes much looking. La Loba indicates what we are to look for-the indestructible life force, the bones." Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves, pg. 25-26

"We all begin as a bundle of bones lost somewhere in a desert, a dismantled skeleton that lies under the sand. It is our work to recover the parts. It is a painstaking process best done when the shadows are just right, for it takes much looking. La Loba indicates what we are to look for-the indestructible life force, the bones." Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves, pg. 25-26

"We all begin as a bundle of bones lost somewhere in a desert, a dismantled skeleton that lies under the sand. It is our work to recover the parts. It is a painstaking process best done when the shadows are just right, for it takes much looking. La Loba indicates what we are to look for-the indestructible life force, the bones." Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves, pg. 25-26

The Wild Woman … lives in the green poking through snow, she lives in the rustling stalks of dying autumn corn, she lives where the dead come to be kissed and the living send their prayers. She lives in the place where language is made. She lives on poetry and percussion and singing … She is the moment just before inspiration bursts upon us." Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves

The Wild Woman … lives in the green poking through snow, she lives in the rustling stalks of dying autumn corn, she lives where the dead come to be kissed and the living send their prayers. She lives in the place where language is made. She lives on poetry and percussion and singing … She is the moment just before inspiration bursts upon us." Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves

Gorgeous! I would love to do something like this, if only I didn't already have my anchor on my left foot.

Gorgeous! I would love to do something like this, if only I didn't already have my anchor on my left foot.

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