Thanks for popping in. Friday’s blog a private peek, right? Please allow me to introduce you to Elizabeth, a young lady I met for the first time at the Open Days in Ditton.
Elizabeth is an avid Groovi fan. She came to Ditton for the day, to meet us all, and to tell me how much Groovi art has changed her life. Simon Green, another old buddy of mine (Oi! Less of the old!) and I had a chat to her. Listen to what she has to say….
Here is a little gallery of Elizabeth’s lovely art.
The point is this: at Clarity, we pedal away, designing and making all sorts of arty crafty products for arty crafters. We have known for a long time that the Groovi System is great for focussing the mind, and that a lot of us relax into it and get lost for hours, don’t we? We know that it works well in the mindful process of staying in the NOW. I have certainly figured out personally that once I get in the groove and concentrate on what I’m doing, I can switch off beautifully. Elizabeth has cast a whole new light on Groovi art for me. To think that – as a result of the Groovi Plate Mate and Groovi Plates and Groovi Tabs – this young woman is able to craft for the first time WITHOUT ASSISTANCE – now that never occurred to me, did it you? We take so much for granted, don’t we?
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Thank you Elizabeth, for opening my eyes wide again.
Love & Hugs,