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Nov 13, 2023 to Nov 17, 2023Nov 13th to Nov 17th
We are archaeological sites. Personal artifacts buried in the rich humus of our lives long to tell their stories. These objects are sacred vessels, “tools” for listening, witnessing, and healing. Artifacts preserve “moments” and invite us below the surface where truth lies. Like archaeologists, we will dust off our objects and with our trowels of creative seeing, record, restore, and redeem them. Writing will be our “digging” practice. We’ll show up and see what we uncover. You don’t need to be “a writer” to attend this retreat. So, let go of that lizard on your shoulder and get ready to go… Cheryl Johnson and Tim Oberholzer lead this venture.