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Friday Free Write with Jan Gary - Shared screen with speaker view
Marisa Moks-Unger
33:44
Hi Jan and everyone.
Amy Rogers
33:57
will there be a transcript afterwards?
IWWG Team
34:05
Welcome. Feel free to say hello and tell us where you are from.
Lori T
34:06
Hi from Jersey.
Anne Rath
34:10
Hello everyone from Ireland
pgatikova@attleboroschools.com
34:23
Hi all the participants!
Lisa St John
34:27
Hello from Upstate NY in the Hudson Valley! Storm is coming, so my internet is wonky (in case I get booted out)
Diane Kavanaugh-Black
34:28
Hi from Troy, NY!
Georgia Popoff
34:39
Greetings from Syracuse, NY.
IWWG Team
34:40
There will be a video and a copy of the chat room and materials she will share.
Barbara Weeks Huntington
34:58
hi, Barb Huntington from San Diego area
Linda Bergman
35:02
Happy to be with you from California. xo
Meka
35:06
Hi everyone. Meka from St. Louis
cynthia
35:10
Hello from Middlesex, Vermont
Evelyn Asher
35:14
Hi from Gainesville GA
Terria Joseph
35:22
Tulis?
Hunter Lowder
35:26
Hello from San Diego!
Christie A. Cruise, PhD
35:28
Christie from Illinois
IWWG Team
36:15
Welcom Wanjiri. We are so happy you have joined us from Kenya. Hello Wendy from Oxford. We are so happy to have participants from around the world.
Carol Stephen
36:31
Carol from Carleton Place, ON (near Ottawa) once my computer stopped crashing...
Carol White
37:08
Hi from Delray Beach FL
Linda Masiello
37:13
Hello! Linda from Cape Cod, MA here
Tiffany Chaney
37:24
I have this book! I recommend it!
IWWG Team
37:25
Hi Carol from Ontario
Karen Edwards
38:08
Glad to be here from Shelburne Vt.
IWWG Team
38:19
Thank you to everyone who is taking the time on a summer Friday afternoon.
Kelly DuMar
39:03
Welcome everyone! So glad you’re here! If you haven’t said Hi and said where you’re from - please to if you like! I’m in the Boston area!
Deb
39:27
Hi from Long Island!
Jacqueline Schaalje
39:32
Hello from Tel Aviv!
Carol Barrett
39:35
Carol Barrett from Bend Oregon.
Marcelle
39:46
H from Marcelle in Chester, PA.
Linda Masiello
39:51
LOVE Anne Lamott!
Kelly DuMar
40:10
There are a few of you who are NOT able to come in via video because we’ve reached our capacity! We’re glad you’re here!
Autumn Stephens
40:31
Autumn Stephens from Berkeley, CA
Kelly DuMar
40:34
If you’re here and not yet with us in the video, say hi here! Hi Pavings!
Elaine Orsini
40:34
hello from Toronto Canada
Jacqueline Schaalje
40:53
Hello from Tel Aviv!
Susan Weiman
40:59
Hello, Susan Weiman from LIC, NY
Ahouva Steinhaus
41:01
Hi from San Diego
IWWG Team
41:03
We have 106 participants!
Anne Eston
41:10
hi from Los Angeles!
cynthia
41:10
birdbath of holy water
Pavlina Gatikova
41:11
Wow, that's terrific!
Kelly DuMar
41:12
What is something here that helps you see what she’s seeing and smell what she’s seeing and hear what she’s seeing?
Cathy Bamji
41:12
...like a religious bus station
Linda Masiello
41:13
sickly sweet rotting pomegranate
marympecaut
41:14
sickly sweet rotting pomegranate
Joanne Bodin
41:14
Hello from Albuquerque, New Mexico. I just joined IWWG two days ago. I write literary fiction, poetry, memoir, and prose.
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
41:14
The near poetic language “birdbath” of holy water, the “rotting pomegranate smells"
Lori T
41:16
Birdbath of holy water
Marisa Moks-Unger
41:17
the incense is really sickly sweet LOL
Pavlina Gatikova
41:21
So thrilled to be here with so many writers!
Barbara Weeks Huntington
41:22
The scent of aqua net
Ahouva Steinhaus
41:22
the physical descriptions in her funny voice’
Jayne Pearl
41:28
slutty older Catholic girls with their mean names
JK McDermott
41:35
rotting pomegranate
Valerie Mathews
41:36
birdbath of holy water
Amy Rogers
41:39
Charlotte NC checking in!
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
41:42
She appeals to images that are familiar to us
IWWG Team
41:43
drone of the priest. angels in gold paint. birdbath of holy water. slutty old Catholic girls
Deborah Garcia
41:45
The birdbath of holy water
barbra
41:46
wow- so many people! Hi from Queens NY
Mary Garripoli
41:52
The pomegranate smells...
Deb
41:55
Sickly sweet rotting pomegranate smells of incense
Kelly DuMar
42:00
Yes! We’re a movement!
Trish
42:16
White lipstick and red hair that reeked of aqua net.
Wanjira Muthoni
42:42
I loved the slutty older Catholic girls
debra ondo
42:53
I love Anne Lamott, but she lost me with this language: slutty older Catholic girls. The word, slutty - sending a lazy message about girls and women.
Kelly DuMar
42:57
there are over 110 here!
Carol Stephen
43:17
this concept fits with a poem I read today where a woman describes the sight of the Grand Canyon to a blind man by explaining the colour shades in terms of musical tones
Kelly DuMar
43:54
Welcome one and all - for this who are still “attendees” I will bring you in as space opens up.Glad you’re here!
Kelly DuMar
46:14
Sensory push ups!
Kelly DuMar
47:39
What are you touching? What does it feel like? Details!
Kelly DuMar
49:37
NOW DO SOUND find three sounds
Kelly DuMar
51:04
MOVE ON TO TASTE
Kelly DuMar
52:02
NOW SIGHT describe three things in detail that you see
Kelly DuMar
53:12
Please feel free to share your writing about senses here!
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
53:23
Birds laughing, the hushed prayers of the trees outside my window
Tiffany Chaney
53:24
Lattice white wicker desk, lace like but not so delicate -- just like a southern woman
Amy Rogers
53:31
my face is sticky from humidity
Joy Nyberg
53:32
Grinding neck bones grating against themselves
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
53:35
Scorching petals in my mouth, heady chamomile
IWWG Team
53:39
star magnolia peeking through my beige blinds
Jayne Pearl
53:42
sloppily stacked woodpile shrugging
Diane Kavanaugh-Black
53:42
freshening smell of cool fan over old wood floors
Wendy Knerr
53:48
sticky vinyl chair arm under my elbow
nicky
53:50
sweet matcha cashews in a plastic container with green vines
Autumn Stephens
53:53
coconut shampoo and scalp sweat
Marcelle
53:54
Flicker of breeze against my cheek and nose, a hair sliding across my face
Ahouva Steinhaus
53:56
my pastel paintings leaning on the pile of papers
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
53:58
Lazy threads of smoke, climbing up the window pane, humming against the bug screen
Karen Edwards
53:59
my rough tongue gliding over my front teeth in search of bumps of food
Carol Stephen
54:02
the ridges of cotton fabric under my fingers, its stripes inherent in the cloth
Deborah Garcia
54:02
The plastic clicking sound of the laptop keys under my fingers
Abby Ripley
54:03
cold, creamy coffee with a bitter aftertaste,
Linda Bergman
54:07
the dirty greens of my celery juice tastes like life, living, death
Wanjira Muthoni
54:09
Here I am in the sitting room seated on my orthopaedic chair
Jayne Pearl
54:10
rice crispy noise in my head
Wendy Knerr
54:12
high hum of the laptop fan
Anne Rath
54:14
the soft pink of sweetie in a tall blue bottle half in shade half transparent the voluptuous hydrangea
Joy Nyberg
54:23
bottom of the cup coffee grounds
IWWG Team
54:24
old brown desk worn to the born
Anne Rath
54:24
sweetpea
debra ondo
54:26
Ancient pigments of oil paints
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
54:26
This exercise might be the solution to feeling disconnected with social distancing :)
Trish
54:29
The remnants of froth and fizz lace the top of the glass
Jayne Pearl
54:30
yeasty dough rising on my kitchen counter
Barbara Weeks Huntington
54:30
heavy black teapot slight layer of dust below the tiny fairy figurine, her head resting in her hand
Susan Weiman
54:31
The powder blue and white disposable mask, folded and puffed from last wearing, looks alive.
cynthia
54:32
woven wicker chair with rounded seat and back
Marisa Moks-Unger
54:36
cluttered writing desk with an ancient anthology, bright yellow pillar candle longingly gazing at the window's light.
IWWG Team
54:52
wonderful expression of senses.
Deborah
55:07
My grandfather's ancient brass lamp with embossed chrysanthemums and parakeets contrasts with the modern, twisty bulb and generic off-white shade.
Wanjira Muthoni
55:08
My cat purrs next to me telling me I am not alone
Ariel O'Suilleabhain
55:13
'Birdbath of holy water' is a beautiful description of a religious vessel. . . sight, 'how' we see and translate. . . . sometimes I think it is good to remind ourselves about how precious our own senses are. - so for sight from my room "that tall green vase my mother gave to me. Her protrude (of the vase that is) grapes raised and seeming so real to me." Ariel O'Suilleabhain
Anne Rath
55:14
taste of sharp red onion from lunch
Carol Stephen
55:15
the subtle smell of old skin
debra ondo
55:20
Cool, flat pages of my Moleskin with its incessant curl on the bottom corner, tickling my wrist
Anne Rath
55:22
flackery clack
Deborah
55:26
clack, clack, clack
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
55:38
impatient clattering
Carol Stephen
55:39
clack clack clack DING
Barbara Weeks Huntington
55:41
clacking and the zip of the end of a line
Linda Bergman
55:47
the dizzy dance steps of the fan
Tiffany Chaney
55:59
I used: Clackety rain drops of fingertips on keyboardfor my modern laptop because it depends on the pressure
Tiffany Chaney
56:01
haha
Wanjira Muthoni
56:12
the smell of dinner all over the room; baked beans and potatoes;
Deborah Garcia
56:30
The scratching of dog’s nails at the hollow door
Anne Rath
56:56
onion in olive oil slowly cooking to transparent
Anne Rath
57:09
yeah
Anne Rath
57:18
unctuous
Marisa Moks-Unger
57:19
the flash of lightening
cynthia
57:23
sweet scorching
Anne Rath
57:24
hungry
Jayne Pearl
57:25
sweetly savory
Diane Kavanaugh-Black
57:28
mellow, sweet,
Carol Stephen
57:28
sweet savory odour
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
57:29
loud, tangy
Linda Bergman
57:29
an onion smells like an old romance, slightly sweet and rancid
Anne Rath
57:31
sweet
Lisa St John
57:32
Sweet green aside smell of onion
Joy Nyberg
57:33
like a carnival walkway
Ahouva Steinhaus
57:33
crisp nose feel
Lori T
57:34
Earthy and sweet
rebeccacunningham
57:34
regret
Amy Rogers
57:39
metallic
Hunter Lowder
57:42
spicy
nicky
57:44
eyes watering
Linda Bergman
57:54
old romance
Jayne Pearl
57:59
burning tears
Tiffany Chaney
58:06
acrid paper crinkle tears at the pearl of the eye
Patricia benuyenah
58:08
smell of gravy
Wanjira Muthoni
58:12
Onion in oil smells of the fried rice from last night
darlenelamb
58:12
Home cooking love
Sipra Roy
58:16
The clock clicks ,tick tick tick ,and never tired
Joanne Bodin
58:18
Onion: memories of Russian grandmother's sizzling potato latkes
Barbara Weeks Huntington
58:24
slick pungency of olive oil, the softening of the onion from metal to sugary
Ariel O'Suilleabhain
01:00:13
"An onion swooped down, settled in that base olive oil. Cooked one for myself and ate it just like that. Was anyone watching? How good the taste. Perhaps I should have made two or more for friends. How good a bridge to friendship. An onion. Who ever would have thought that knowing how to cook something would so gloriously pay off." Ariel O'Suilleabhain
Kelly DuMar
01:01:38
Think of a childhood home you lived in. Walk in, start looking around…go to a room where you used to hang, you spent a lot of time. Record, through the senses, what you see. Note sensory details with specifics
Kelly DuMar
01:02:21
Five Minutes NOW
Kelly DuMar
01:03:30
JAN I muted you bc could hear your cursor. Just unmute when you’re ready to go
Kelly DuMar
01:05:51
phase II - go back around the room - what memories come up? Write one-two paragraphs.Start by describing
Kelly DuMar
01:06:14
10 minutes
Jannatul Ferdous Chowdhury
01:07:59
I see the old me, The innocent me, The happiest me. The me that I crave to regain.
IWWG Team
01:09:54
Check out Jan's website and sign up for her blog at janicegarry.com
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
01:10:10
There are swirls in the wood, in the shape of eyes, fishhooks. Raspberry bushes climb between the cracks. Buttery summer air drawls along my collarbone. Bees, drunken and clumsy, bump into me on their way to the next flower, their next meeting, their next hiding place. I can hear my siblings on the other side of the glass door. That door is still slick with windex, my mother’s favorite chemical scent. The air draws veins down the wet glass. I don’t go inside. I stay on the porch, where the trees watch me like worried parents. Where I can feel a little separate, for once. Cars drone along the road. Busy, busy, busy.
Jan Gary
01:11:10
Bees, drunken and clumsy...love that!
IWWG Team
01:11:34
Her memoir, Short-Leash: A Memoir of Dog Walking and Deliverance is available on Amazon. We will send the links and her material with the recording. Wonderful sensory details.
Kelly DuMar
01:11:55
http://www.iwwg.wildapricot.org/openmic
Jannatul Ferdous Chowdhury
01:12:06
👍🏻
Linda Masiello
01:13:17
On that cold, hard slate of that fireplace hearth, I took my place up on the stage and sang my little heart out. And oh, the applause, the applause was thunderous! Here I was somebody, I had a voice, I was confident. And felt oh so loved.
Linda Bergman
01:13:20
wow. Haven’t thought of that image in a very long time.
Patricia benuyenah
01:13:27
Children playing around, barking of dogs, birds singing .... a smell of books, flash cards, ..
Carol Stephen
01:13:48
I remember the bedroom at the front of the house, facing souththe walls sloped to the ceiling so no paintings could eve hang there,the closet that burrowed deep into the house away from all light.I was 12. Too young for heels, though I had a pair, two sizes too large, slingbacks,something I could never master, and too young for the dresses that hungfar back in the dark.Hand me downs from older cousins, cocktail dresses, semi-formals, a slink of sleeveless orange crepe, or a mist of sea foam green. Beautiful they were, all glitz and glamour,something for a movie star, I thought, as I slid the green foam over my head, let it fall upon my shoulders. But I had no body to fill it out, and it kept on falling straight to form a puddle of green around my feet. Just another young Cinderella with nothing suitable to wear to the ball.
Wanjira Muthoni
01:13:55
As I walked into my very first house, the smell of spiced tea hit my nose. It invited me into the kitchen to serve myself with some more tea boiled in ginger and cinnamon. the strong smell was inseparable from the tea my mother made 30 years ago. She loved tea, spiced tea with ginger and cinnamon. I carried the mug to the sitting room, noticed the TV inviting me to enjoy something or other but I preferred the black music system booming some music from the 1970s when I first learnt to enjoy African American music. We danced to this same music back then thinking we were the best singers and dancers in the world but who cares if indeed we were. Today, as back then, the sweet music reminding that I should be proud of who I was. James Brown singing I am black and proud as today the youths run down the streets with Black Lives matter posters. The tea once again reminds me of my mother's sweet love and made me feel I mattered. I still drink the same spiced tea when I want to feel life matters.
Jan Gary
01:14:05
Linda, I love when that happens!
Pavlina Gatikova
01:14:16
I noticed I was very much deliberate about including different senses, such as touch, smell, hearing instead of defaulting into sight most of the time. Thank you.
Patricia benuyenah
01:14:19
Jumping around with my brothers on the lawn.
Joy Nyberg
01:14:28
Wrought iron vent ornate, historic, connected to this time and the past, connecting his room and mine through echoed conversations, are you home, I’d asked, yeah yeah, he’d respond in his fog. Are you ok? Of course, his response. But I wasn’t I’d lay on the floor listening to him stumble or bump into things in his room until he settled into bed. Sometimes, I’d fall asleep listening through the dark furnace vent for him to come home, safely. I heard things through the vent we never discussed face to face. I heard when dad told him he needed to move out, move on, that mom didn’t feel safe with him around. I heard when the police questioned him about an exchange with a girl in the alley just off Main Street.
Jennifer Johns
01:14:32
the shimmering of the keaves, first green then silver, like a flick of birds suddenly changing direction
Ahouva Steinhaus
01:14:36
I set up a folding table in front of the window and looked at the flowered fabric with the back background that I loved.
Barbara Weeks Huntington
01:14:37
l
IWWG Team
01:14:37
Our open mics are wonderful. Kelly does an amazig job. Our featured readers are outstanding and if you sign up in time, you have an opportunity to share your writing for 3 minutes. You can also join as a listener. Please join us and check out the courses we are offering and the other free writes that continue until August 28.
Pavlina Gatikova
01:14:38
I noticed I was very much deliberate about including different senses, such as touch, smell, hearing instead of defaulting into sight most of the time. Thank you.
Jayne Pearl
01:14:43
I hand wrote… were we supposed to type in this chat box?
Valerie Mathews
01:14:46
Nutmeg wafted throughout the kitchen as Grandma took out a homemade vanilla cake from the cavernous coal oven.
IWWG Team
01:15:28
Jayne, just type in some of what you wrote.
Joy Nyberg
01:15:40
Wrought iron vent ornate, historic, connected to this time and the past, connecting his room and mine through echoed conversations, are you home, I’d asked, yeah yeah, he’d respond in his fog. Are you ok? Of course, his response. But I wasn’t I’d lay on the floor listening to him stumble or bump into things in his room until he settled into bed. Sometimes, I’d fall asleep listening through the dark furnace vent for him to come home, safely. I heard things through the vent we never discussed face to face. I heard when dad told him he needed to move out, move on, that mom didn’t feel safe with him around. I heard when the police questioned him about an exchange with a girl in the alley just off Main Street.
Wendy Knerr
01:15:50
This was mom's special room, where we didn't have tickle fights or eat ice cream, so the walnut and glass end tables always held a veneer of fine dust, and the matching velvet blue-jay-colored chairs were always angled towards each other, as if in convivial conversation. The curio cabinet on the wall held tiny green porcelain frogs and a ceramic swan ...
Jennifer Johns
01:15:50
the startling deep red velvet of the peonies
Jennifer Johns
01:15:54
my
Barbara Weeks Huntington
01:16:09
Lying back on prickly grass, hearing the drone that represents summer afternoons. I have only recently learned the are airplanes.
IWWG Team
01:16:25
Wonderful free writes you are sharing with wonderful sensory details.
Jayne Pearl
01:16:33
My sisters’ and my bedrooms in the new house in the ritzy neighborhood each had pretentious, aggressive personalities that my parents decorated. My timid older sister’s busy blue walls, navy bedspread and distressed bureau and matching desk and delicate lacy drapes…
Tiffany Chaney
01:16:48
Yellowed vinyl floor with little brown outlines - check boxes for how many times I fell asleep under the kitchen table. Sturdy oak. Floating pink warmth of granny’s housecoat, a hug that she wore in the mornings before donning her apron and making us all breakfast. That table always full of scattered white flour; barrels of brown leathery potatoes....
Norah Wakula
01:17:35
Not on mine. There when we started, but now is gone.
Kelly DuMar
01:17:41
PLEASE RAISE YOUR HAND - find this at the bottom of your PARTICIPANT icon
Evelyn Asher
01:17:43
My parents hovering over me firm in their stance expressing "Don't play with Miriam anymore without the why. I retorted ok though I did not know why but felt 13 years of friendship ripped from my heart
Norah Wakula
01:18:23
For some reason I don't have a hand raise button, but that's okay. No problem.
Kelly DuMar
01:18:35
who else wants to read? raise your hand!
Kelly DuMar
01:19:01
If you can’t find the raise hand icon, then just say “yes” here in the chat
Kelly DuMar
01:19:44
Who else wants to share?????
Trish
01:19:56
Thank you Joy for reminding me of the iron grate in the bedroom I was just writing about!
Ariel O'Suilleabhain
01:20:03
"And as if it were the very room of my own heart I realize that this is a very good place to be. My childhood and my adulthood now begin to integrate. I see birds at play outside..."
Ariel O'Suilleabhain
01:20:13
Ariel O'Suilleabhain
Linda Bergman
01:20:43
no hand raise option
Deborah Garcia
01:21:21
the box an
Laurie Hilton
01:21:54
Sliding in white socks on the hardwood floors, I tried to get past the telephone nook. I saw the Barbies in with melted faces lined up in front of the grey metal butane heater.
cynthia
01:22:45
no mute hand raise button, but I’d like to read
Kelly DuMar
01:24:48
Cynthia you’re next
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
01:25:08
That was beautiful
IWWG Team
01:26:38
Thank you to everyone for sharing.
Marisa Moks-Unger
01:26:59
woody wooly warm smell great imagery and alliteration
Kelly DuMar
01:27:09
Everyone is invited to our next IWWG Open Mic with Featured Writer, this Sunday, July 12, 7 p.m., with poet Krysten Hill, and YOU!
Kelly DuMar
01:27:47
Register at http://www.iwwg.wildapricot.org/openmic - you can sign up to listen or read for 3 minutes - it’s going to be a great night!
Barbara Weeks Huntington
01:27:50
legs up death love it
Deborah Garcia
01:28:15
My grandmother had that rug
Carol Stephen
01:29:18
thank you so much
IWWG Team
01:29:25
Please go to iwwg.org to see our workshops and other free writes. You can also join our freewite community on wet.ink.
cynthia
01:29:38
We had that rug in the 70s!
Georgia Popoff
01:29:39
Thanks, Jan. That was wonderful.
Hunter Lowder
01:29:55
Thank you Jan and IWWG for offering this!
Evelyn Asher
01:30:00
Thank you for stretching me deeper for richer descriptions. Thank you IWWG
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
01:30:03
:’)
Marisa Moks-Unger
01:30:04
THANKS Jan for the workshop and Leslie for producing this
Sherryl Kleinman
01:30:06
This class was wonderful. But I hope that everyone will give up “you guys,” as Alice Walker taught us many many years ago. It’s IWWG!
Susan Weiman
01:30:19
Thanks Jan and Leslie!
Marisa Moks-Unger
01:30:23
And Kell
Anne Rath
01:30:24
Thank you all. Thank you Jan
Trish
01:30:30
Thank you for a wonderful workshop and to all the ladies who read their beautiful prose.
Linda Masiello
01:30:31
thank you so much. This session brought up a very vivid, important memory for me.
Patricia benuyenah
01:30:33
Great!
nicky
01:30:39
Thank you Jan Gary!
marympecaut
01:30:41
Thank you so much, Jan. And IWWG for this wonderful opportunity.
debra ondo
01:30:42
Thank you, Jan!
Amy Rogers
01:30:43
thanks for this great experience
IWWG Team
01:30:51
Thank you Jan. It was terrific.
Ahouva Steinhaus
01:31:14
thank you!
barbra
01:31:21
I really loved this - thank you Jan and everyone! Great way to spend rainy Pandemic Friday!
Patricia benuyenah
01:31:22
This is awesome!!!
Lori T
01:31:22
Thank you
Aimee DuFresne
01:31:25
Thank you!
Jannatul Ferdous Chowdhury
01:31:29
Thank you everyone! It was lovely to see you all and listen to some great work!
Patricia benuyenah
01:31:30
Thanks
cynthia
01:31:32
Thank you all!
marshamcgregor
01:31:41
wonderful! thank you so much.
Mary Garripoli
01:31:42
Thank you so much! I enjoyed this very much.
Kelly DuMar
01:31:47
http://www.iwwg.wildapricot.org/openmic
Clydette
01:31:47
Thank you!!
Kathleen Rehl
01:31:50
Thanks to all!
Kelly DuMar
01:31:54
See you for Krysten Hill
Jannatul Ferdous Chowdhury
01:31:55
This was my first webinar with IWGG. excited!
Kelly DuMar
01:32:08
Welcome and thanks for coming Jannatul!
Valerie Mathews
01:32:14
lovely experience. thank you. Valerie
Barbara Weeks Huntington
01:32:21
Thank you, First visit
Dora
01:32:24
Thank you to IWWG and Jan Gary
Jacqueline Schaalje
01:32:27
It was such fun! Thanks Jan
Martell
01:32:28
Thank you Jan!
Kelly DuMar
01:32:38
Welcome to all of our first attendees! See you again soon!
Sherryl Kleinman
01:32:53
We’re not guys!
kelsey_marlett@emerson.edu
01:32:58
Thank you!
Gail O
01:33:00
Thank you all.
Patricia benuyenah
01:33:03
Thank you.
Georgia Popoff
01:33:10
Have a good weekend, all.
Darlene Z
01:33:10
thank you
Pavlina Gatikova
01:33:10
Thank you all!
Patricia benuyenah
01:33:12
Byee
Sipra Roy
01:33:18
Thank you for the wonderful session
Georgia Popoff
01:33:22
Thanks Leslie and Kelly.
Deborah
01:33:23
Thank you
Alicia Warren
01:33:25
Thank you!! A. Warren🌻