a sunday morning….

Jul 21, 2008 | Life in Progress

(i didn’t snap any shots inside the church, but if found this one via flickr. i think it captures a bit of the enthusiasm)

yesterday morning i went to glide – a church like none other. it was truly an extraordinary celebration of spirit. it’s a spirituality of inclusiveness. hope. social justice. and reaching for the most raw and personal pieces of our divinity. sitting in the pew, side by side with a couple of dear friends, i felt completely aware of an inner transformation rising inside. in those moments, i was exactly where i needed to be: standing up in song and exuberant celebration, singing along with an incredibly high-spirited choir, and letting all that hope and goodness seep into my bones. there were small meaningful tears, movement inside my heart, a tenderness shifting. what a remarkable morning. what a remarkable place. i will surely return.

from there, we headed over to a gathering of women for a sunday brunch. there was so much energy and happiness in the room, that my hands were literally shaking, unable to contain all the joy received on this day. i felt completely blissed out to be in the company of these women and totally aware of how full my life feels – very, very plump with friends that allow one another to be as big as our spirit allows. there’s no containing of talent, downplaying of joy or heartache. just honest, be-who-you-are-fully and all is well. i am one blessed, lucky girl. i didn’t have a chance to snap everyone’s photos, but here are a few shots on my flickr page of the love.

thank you again for keeping me in your thoughts…the search for answers continues and i’ll keep you posted 🙂

Sending much love,

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  1. paris parfait

    Kelly, it was such a joy to meet you! I’m sorry we didn’t have more time to talk. I adore your beautiful, whimsical and inspiring art! Hope to see you again at another gathering of creative women. And if you come to Paris, please let me know!

  2. ellencrimitrent

    hello I just found your blog and love your angels. They are so wonderful. Glad to hear that your mri turned out okay, medical stuff is sometimes scary. I myself when I had my first mamogram a couple of years ago opened up a can of worms but things are okay and its always better to be on top of things.

  3. Linnea

    Hi :o) I will definitely have to visit Glide the next time I’m in San Fran. I have put it on my definite to-do list. I think my boyfriend would enjoy going with me, too. I read your post about our medical tests a few days back, and since then I’ve said prayers for you while I’m in bed before falling asleep. I love your smiley positive attitude and openness. Thank you for sharing your experiences. I hope your Wednesday is wonderful.

  4. celeste

    glide is a great church…
    i so wish more churches were like that, open and loving instead of closed off and conservative.

  5. tangobaby

    It was too brief a meeting, but I hope I will get a chance to see you again sometime.

    For now, I’ll just enjoy your lovely art and posts. 😉

  6. Steph

    It sounds like a wonderful Sunday! I have found a similar church, and I feel very blessed!

    On another note, I just gave your blog the “Just plain fun to read award.” Visit my blog to see more. Cheers!

  7. stef

    such a pleasure to have met you in person ~ finally. hope to do lunch or dinner again soon!


  8. amy

    wow, such beautiful photos. i can imagine that such a gathering of lovely women was excellent medicine for the heart and soul!

  9. Boho Girl

    mmmmm…so glad you went to Glide. the morning i went there was one of the most pivotal moments of my life.

    you sound absolutely blissed out being with all these extraordinary women.

    i love this for you.


    glad to hear of your glorious day…

    my best to you…


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