Today’s card is a moment of wow that I found in someone’s yard. My friend, Vickie Lewis, is doing a 30-day course on The Wow Moment. I hope you will take a moment to check it out. 🙂 it’s $5 to take a course with an amazing soul. I’m so excited about it.
She’s got an amazing resume as well as a shining spirit that really amazes me. I am planning on taking this course with her. What a great companion to my Seek Joy, Y’all theme, right? Look for the WOW! Moment every day. Sounds like they were made to go hand-in-hand. She calls this a game and she says it is easy to play!
You don’t have to be a professional photographer, or have a big camera. A camera on your cell phone will do just fine. Anyone who pays $5 can play. That’s it. $5. No catches. Registration is open now.
So, how about it? Do you want to join me for this 30 Day Journey to Wow? Why am I doing this? Me, who isn’t a photographer but has dated one or two in my life?
It’s because of Vickie. I met her online quite recently. It was through Leonie Dawson’s Goddess Circle. (You can peek at how much I love this. It’s a video I did. I think I’m a dork, but you can let me know if you think I’m not. 😀 Anywho! Back to Vickie!
I met her on the GC where she shared her idea about the The WOW! Moment. She shared her personal story stating it was very hard for her to do. But she’s made authenticity a goal. Her story is mesmerizing. Out of all that she shared, this is what really moved me.
I have a Bachelors and a Masters degree in journalism. I was trained to be a photojournalist who remained aloof, objective, uninvolved. My cameras gave me access to unbelievable experiences, but at the same time, it kept me separate from the world. When I put my cameras down, it forced me to become a part of the world, not an observer.
Authenticity wows me. Her pictures are stunning, but her passion is beyond that. So plunk down a fiver and join me for 30 days of finding the Wow!Moment with Vickie Lewis.
I’m ready to show off my WOW!Moments with you.
Now then. What wows you? Visually? Audibly? Taste Budily? 😀 I’d love to hear about it.
Purple Flower, 2012, Arwen Lynch.