Winnemucca Wednesday : Staying Inspired, Libraries, and Who Are These Voices?

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Ginny literally told me her story in a flurry of two weeks nearly six years ago. I had just traveled to Romania at the invitation of the Alvigout foundation [which means “good works“] and was settling into a writing class that met once a week with the amazing Val Hobbs when Ginny started to tell me her story. I think because she told me her story so fast and in such a condensed period of time her voice was strong. Only thing was, she left out one little part–the end. And so it went. I had a beginning and a bit of a middle, but no end. In the meantime, Joe and I would raise our daughters and see them off to college and careers of their own. And our lives would change drastically from our stable, suburban LA life to one of spontaneity and the road.

So how did I keep inspired all the while I was trying to figure out where Ginny was headed? Continue reading Winnemucca Wednesday : Staying Inspired, Libraries, and Who Are These Voices?