Reflections on connecting with the creative muse.

Wonderful thought – The imagination of childhood. I think it’s true that for some of us it does indeed resurface as we get to a point in life (at whatever age) where the priorities of our lives are reordered and we open a space for that imagination to express itself once again. Thanks, Dee, and your student, for this wonderful lesson!

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My youngest student did this drawing in class, then colored it in when she got her new colored pencils. Not not only did she do the drawing and change the background because she didn’t like what was there, she made up a whole story about the horse. If you look closely, there’s someone running down the road behind him, calling his name.  Well thought out and imaginative.  His name is Stevie, he’s running away to play with the dog at the barn down the road.  Her next drawing was the barn down the road, complete with the dog (named Russ, by the way).

Really….a horse named Stevie with a friend of another species?

When do we lose that imagination?  Does it get taught out of us, or does life get so serious that we become preoccupied with more important matters like paying bills and, for some, raising children?  Does it resurface as we age and perhaps…

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