We had a wonderful HAHA Journal Writing workshop on Saturday, March 16th. A huge THANK YOU to Linda M. Hasselstrom for teaching this free class.
16 women attended and learned much from Linda's suggestions about using a journal, 2-minute writing exercises in class, Linda's stories about her writing life, and some thoughtful group discussion. Women went home inspired to write in their journals!
During the lunch break everyone stepped outside to enjoy the warmth of the sun and the fresh, blue sky. A few of us toured the HAHA Museum briefly, though many exhibits are covered against dust until the next Museum Open House. (see photo below)
Our hero of the day was Bert, from the Hermosa Library, who supplied coffee and snacks for our breaks-- brownies, lemon bars, fruit platter, vegetables and dip -- YUM! I should have taken a photo because the food was as beautiful as it was delicious.
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Learn more about Linda at her Facebook page Linda M. Hasselstrom's Windbreak House or at her website www.windbreakhouse.com
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