Woman on the Way…

Woman on the Way

After slightly more than two months of building a website, a dream for several years, I’m  finally ready to say this creative, enjoyable, frustrating, and fulfilling project is finished enough to share with the world. Like life, it will always be a work in progress. And like the image at right, I will always be a woman on the way.

My goal is to offer to a wider audience the work I’ve been about for the last twenty years. Like the woman on the way I’m looking forward to settling under some trees nearer home and being an oasis for those who are interested in integrating the arts with their faith and spirituality.

I hope you will enjoy my website. I look forward to your comments.




10 comments to Woman on the Way…

  • Beverly Knapp

    Hi Lynn, Verrry nice !!

    Other than being busy !! ,, how are you and Robert doing ?


  • Gita

    I too am a woman on the way. My life is envigorated by my family, hobbies and friends. I look forward to reading your blog. Good luck to you. Gita (Taos ’08)

  • Lynne, this is WAY cool. I read everything I was so intrigued by your art, poetry, and spiritual autobiography (wonderful lessons learned). Keep up it. I will visit the site occasionally to see what you are up to.

    Thanks for sharing your life with us in this way. May God bless this site to his use and you to his continued service.


  • Kris Mouton

    Congratulations Lynne!!

    All of your inspirations & art works are so joyfully and beautifully displayed!!

    Such a great accomplishment and a neat way to continue to inspire others to express themselves like-wise!!

    Thank you, For His Sake,

  • This is going to be a huge adventure for you, Lynne. I am looking forward to frequent visits. If you have a notification list, please add me to it. You have been incredibly generous with your art and ideas. So many of us are blessed because of it.

    Love and blessings,

  • Sandy Kirkpatrick

    Congratulations, Lynne! The website is beautiful, the content is forthright, and the ideas are provocative. Wow! it seems to me that this venture is scary and exhilerating all at the same time.

  • Sara Blackburn

    Lynne! This is a great website! You have been a wealth of knowledge and help to me as I strive to teach young children and youth that they still have creativity inside them, we just have to dig a little. I am so excited that your resources will be available to a wider audience. I plan on visiting your site often. Thank you for being so willing to share your art and experience with others!


  • Sharron Luft

    Lynne, Dearie, this is just as grand as I knew it would be. All these years of spiritual development, of art and writing are summarized here to the delight of all who know you. I’ll be happy to continue to be a part of your e-group! Love, Sharron

  • Robin Rice

    Lynne, Wonderful! I am happy that other women are venturing out to join up via blogs and websites. Your work is appreciated. I am looking forward to the egroup. xx Robin

  • Jim Peters

    A little late on the commenting but your website/blog are very nicely done. After reading some of the posts I now understand better what you do. Jim

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