Enduring Joy of The Joy Tree

Tomorrow (Thursday) is THE final day to pull your hammock up under The Joy Tree!

I understand this time of year is extremely challenging: Christmas is looming, kids are finishing school and we all want to tighten our belt in anticipation of that January credit card statement!

Earlier in the week, I made an offer to my newsletter subscribers and now I open it up to the public.

What if you could bring a friend to The Joy Tree class for HALF PRICE?
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Yep, HALF PRICE!

Why? Well, of course there’s a story……

I leave clover to grow in my lawn. A lot of my friends and neighbours do it. I enjoy the Spring-time ramble and hum of the bees that descend upon them. It reminds me that the cycle of life is still happening and our elderly neighbours who have a dozen hives will do well again selling their honey.

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But they didn’t come this year; I was disturbed. Why can’t I enjoy this moment? It’s an event that is talked about in the shops and when it just didn’t happen….well, I couldn’t share it with anyone!!

And so it reminded me of sharing moments with friends. Why can’t every moment be in the company of a friend? Your experience is richer, you recall that moment with more clarity and you can relive that moment again and again and again….
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It connects you into a single consciousness – like bees, and you feel CONNECTED! And so the idea of BRING A FRIEND came to mind.

So, if you think this is for you, today and tomorrow is your chance to find a friend and come join me at Knitch for another 3 hours of collagey goodness.

All you need to do is go the BLOG POST and purchase your class. As you move through the PayPal process, there’ll be a box entitled INSTRUCTIONS TO SELLER. It’s there you’ll write your friend’s name. Bring them on Saturday and all they’ll  need to pay is $45!!!

I’m thinking this is too easy! My husband thinks it’s a fabulous idea.

What do you think? I hope to hear the hum of busy bees at The Joy Tree class this Saturday.

xx Giovanna

Published by Giovanna Scott

Artist, Educator, Joy Seeker, and Lover of Good Coffee. I began this blog in December 2006 to document the ebb and flow of our life. It has now become a steady record of my artistic journey and a home for my collections.

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