It is so hard to believe that one week after our gathering on the Outer Banks, whole roads were washed out and towns hit so hard by Sandy. As you can see from the video above, when we were there, the weather was full out summertime sweet and the beach was a haven of peaceful, healing energy.
Thanks to Kate Inglis, we have one last little glimpse of our time in that beautiful place. During the weekend, a few brave souls ventured in front of the camera to share their perspectives with Kate who asked questions including:
"How does it feel to be at Squam?"
"Creatively, what gets you stuck? And then, what gets you unstuck?"
(One note, the necklaces people are referring to was a surprise gift from TRACEY DUNCAN who brought 80 unique, handmade necklaces for each one of us. Uncannily, each necklace had a message that seemed to find its way to the exact person who needed it most.)
KATE INGLIS "I came home feeling stirred-up, hardly able to speak about it all for how it comes out. Squam was a big bang. It was a lot of sitting companionably with shadows, and playing, and hard work. It was unexpected. It was a company of women, sheet lightning that always flashes back."
Thank you, Kate! And thank you to everyone who shared-- I know that is hard to do.
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