…miles and miles and miles of heart…as the song goes. Ron Lehocky had a table full of his hearts at Clay Out West. Even as Ron struggles through his own bumps in the road he plods on to reach his goal of 50,000 hearts to support The Kids Project.
StudioMojo will focus on all the people I encountered this week who specialize in saying “YES”. With only a split-second hesitation, they grab at what comes their way and say an emphatic yes. How do they do that?
They follow their gut, their instinct, their heart. I’m fascinated with how diving headlong into whatever comes your way can turn out.
I’m on hiatus from daily posts and having a marvelous time learning how to say yes. Join me over at StudioMojo.
Layl works in unorthodox ways with off-brand clays and homegrown techniques. She teaches without a pasta machine and doesn’t feel the need for many tools.
The stories on her blog and her dream-come-true studio will make you a believer in the value of persisting and marching to the beat of your own drummer.
So put down your tools and check in on StudioMojo for the rest of this story about the class Layl taught in Ohio this week. It’s refreshing and a little disorienting to forego our tool addictions and let our hands dig in.