REMINDER: Please RSVP for this reflective three-part workshop for Isaiah Women! It begins on August 2 and continues on August 16 and August 30.
A Reflection on Our Personal, Pandemic Journeys in Three Parts 7:00-8:30 p.m.
We’ve all been through a year and a half that was like nothing any of us have ever experienced. Before time rushes on and ahead, let’s stop to reflect on what happened, what it meant to us, and where we go from here. We will meet for three evening sessions, Monday August 2, 16, and 30 from 7-8:30pm at the home of Connie Sommer in Mar Vista. Participants should arrive with a pen and notebook, or a laptop, and be prepared to reflect and write about personal experiences.
1. In the first session, we will each focus on writing down our personal pandemic story and identifying its key themes.
2. In the second session, we’ll reflect on how the pandemic has changed us, what we’ve lost, and what we’ve gained.
3. In the third session, we will each think and write about our story of the future. As we come out of the pandemic, what sort of life do we want to lead? What sort of person do we want to become?
There will be time to write and time to read what we’ve written aloud. Participants will be encouraged to do only what makes them comfortable.
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