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    Join me in Italy - Sept 2010!

    • A creative retreat in Orvieto!

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    This line particularly drew me in: "Our teaching is oriented more toward learning (a process that leaves us changed) than toward problem-solving (a process focused on changing our surroundings)." Patti, I would love to partake (and your sliding scale option is what one would hope to find at every retreat), but alas, family commitments that weekend and a nonexistent travel budget at the moment will keep me here. I will be with you all in spirit.

    patti digh

    Marilyn - I appreciate your note - and your interest! We'll find a way to do other ones in different parts of the country, I'm sure! And I know we'll feel your presence...


    Oh, oh, oh. I want to do this! Have to find a way. Anyone else coming from Richmond? I wonder wonder wonder. I have a 10K race scheduled that weekend--but who needs running when there's life change and problem solving to be had.

    I hope I see you there!

    patti digh

    Amy - Oh, oh, oh, come! If it'll make you feel better about missing your 10K, we'll set up a race 'round the farm for you! ;-)

    Vicki Crooks

    You know I would love to participate. However, I begin teaching At Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls Oregon this month, and a trip east for the weekend is more than I can swing. Please keep me in mind if you are thinking of doing a workshop in the west. Have a great time!



    patti-- this sounds wonderful! altho i appreciate the sliding scale, i don't know if i can swing the fee at this time. and my travel this fall will probably be limited to college visits with my daughter. she still is unsure of where she wants to go, so there will be a few to see. i wish you much success with this retreat and hope there will be many more in the future.

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