12.03.2010

25 Days, 25 Items, $25 {Or Less!}

December 3: StoryPeople Prints {$15-$25 at The StoryPeople}

In those days,
we finally chose
to walk like giants
& hold the world
in arms grown strong with love
& there may be many things we forget
in the days to come,
but this will not be one of them.

he followed the sun & she followed the stars & in dreams they listened closely for the beginning of all things, for that was where they knew they'd find each other

there came a moment in the middle of the song when he suddenly felt every heartbeat in the room & after that he never forgot he was part of something much bigger

There was a single blue line of crayon drawn across every wall in the house. What does it mean? I said. A pirate needs the sight of the sea, he said & then he pulled his eye patch down & turned and sailed away.

Everything changed the day she figured out there was exactly enough time for the important things in her life.

Why?
Because there's a story for every occasion, every person. We have two of these, one I got when I graduated high school, and one we got when we were married, and I never get tired of reading them.

Description
We're a diverse group of people, artists, activists, healers, tinkerers. We talk, we laugh, we eat great food & drink great wine, sometimes we disagree (passionately) & sometimes we agree (equally passionately) & it's all part of the same gift of being alive together. Our wish is that other people experience this amazing world we live in as a world of imagination & possibility & healing. We believe our stories do that. (& that's not just StoryPeople stories, but all our stories...) We believe (fiercely) in the power of stories, not because they're our stories, but because it is valuable & right to protect the precious connections between people.

For $15, you get a 7x9 print in a white/black double matte.
For $25, you can add a black metal, glass panel frame.


{All images courtesy of The StoryPeople}

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