When I squint really hard, I can look back and remember what I was like at the age of five. I made new friends. I asked lots of questions. I wanted to know how things worked, and I loved working for hours on projects using my imagination and artistic skills. Some believe that creativity is only for children or those who are professional artists, but I dispute that.
This blog is one way I can live out loud – creatively and colorfully. And I invite you to join me. Remembering that pungent smell of glue from our kindergarten days helps to stir up creative juices in this ever-changing world. That was a time when together we learned to carefully write the letters of our names while sharing the crayons out of the box. Getting back to the resourceful roots of our childhood, I believe we tap into our creative side, uncover a fresh-faced kindness, and become boldly better.