Posts Tagged ‘ creativity ’

How about a dance from West VA

June 10, 2010
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One or two nights in each hotel does not really allow unpacking or relaxing or siteseeing or "having fun." There are receptions for us, but now I understand why most of the musicians and staff come home and go directly to bed. I am exhausted, and I am not playing each night.

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Something so extraordinary about wearing custom made garments

July 17, 2009
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by Deborah from Rhode Island To Cynthia and everyone at Ivey Abitz - I'm so in awe of the work you do - from Cynthia's timeless designs to the black satin ribbon that is tied around that perfect white box. When the scarf that you so carefully made for me arrived on Saturday, I was...

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Ivey Abitz from the Inside Out

March 5, 2008
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More than any of the compliments, though, it felt so good to wear, and instantly elevated my mood and reminded me of the transformative power of a well-conceived, beautifully handcrafted article of clothing that was literally made just for me. I was reminded of my powerful desire to both create and be surrounded by...

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The Birth of Discernment

February 27, 2008
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Something happens as you grow up. Cycles and trends become easy to predict, because we've finally lived through a few rounds of them and can see it all as a circle and not necessarily a linear progression. Trends are finally seen for what they are: gimmicks to promote impulsive spending... But there are...

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