Sass and Class

“SOME WOMEN ACTING KINDOF SASSY”, 1994, 24″ x 36″, m/m

This is one of my personal favorite pieces I created back in the mid-90’s.

I have always gravitated toward African art, culture, music and dance.

I think, in this case that the title: “SOME WOMEN ACTING KINDOF SASSY”

Just plain makes me happy.

I love people and their stories.

Everyone has one.

And they interest me tremendously.

You may think a lot of what I post here has nothing to do with either healing or MS

And that I have set you up

By titling this blog what I do.

For me, healing comes in many shapes and colors, thankfully.

I came across this website recently:

It is hosted by a fave fashion company: ANTHROPOLOGIE

Where I go to drool, on occasion.

The site I am drawing your attention to today

Is a virtual gallery of sorts

In which ‘common’ people are exposed for their very UNcommonness.

It makes me feel connected to what is innately good in us all

And helps me reframe my life and days

In search of a deeper ‘listening’

And watching

For our own extraordinariness

Inside what usually passes for ordinary.

Have a look.

And another.

Each offering is so satisfying in it’s own way.


One Response to “Sass and Class”

  1. Kayla on November 14th, 2011

    Thanks for the link! I’ll definitely be spending some time there.

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