HI Cynthia I did an interplay workship with Phil Porter and Trish Watts and friends in January in Adelaide in South Australia - thank you for your work and wisdom that was infused into this event and added to my learning.
Wow, that sounds fantastic. I'm guessing it was during the partner exercise?
Glad you enjoyed it. I hope we will have time and a chance to dialogue further at some point. I enjoyed meeting you Cynthia!
When I finish in June, I will have completed 22 years. I don't know any kids that age in your area, but have a great time. I really do like working with teenagers, but I am beyond burned out. I'm fried!!!!!
Much love to you and all at Interplay
Oh I wish I was! This conference looks like it would be a blast to attend. I see you are teaching. What a great audience to introduce Interplay to. Have a great time. I've decided to retire from full time teaching - going p/t next year. I've felt caged and can't wait to fly free and see what else my life presents or maybe what I present to my life. Either way, I'm open for change and the creative spirit!
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