Thursday, August 19, 2010

Four word self help in Buenos Aires

A couple of days later, author Patti Digh got her own copy.

From Patti´s site:
Following an introduction reflecting on the power of words in self-improvement and self-discovery, Patti introduces twelve hot-button issues, each addressed by wise and witty four-word missives, 101 in total. Each concise nugget of advice has been interpreted in original art submitted by artists from around the world, making this book a visual feast for those who could, simply, use just a little bit of help and inspiration.

The message is simple: Life is complex, not complicated.

For Jamie´s Next Chapter meeting, I´m telling you "What made me happy this week" ---> I´m one of the artists around the world. *grin* And the book arrived today!!!

Small box from the US. It HAS to be it!
Oh, yes, it is!
I got "Start saying I can" and this photograph fitted the bill. Matias trying to open the door with my keys. He couldn´t even reach the handle but there he was, with clear intention and steel determination. *sweet*


Suzie Ridler said...

You can! You can! You can!!! How exciting!

WrightStuff said...

You're in a book? Wow, that is so exciting and fabulous. Well done, congratulations :)

gina said...

Congrats on being part of a wonderful book! I haven't seen it yet, but I love Patti. That is something to be happy about!

becky n said...

That is the perfect picture for saying "I can!" What fun to make it into a book. Will have to look for it.
Have a great week ahead, Paula!

Helen said...

Congrats on being in a book. How cool is that! Have a happy week, happysnappy!

Anonymous said...

Oh, wonderful! I didn't even know she had a new book out.


Related Posts with Thumbnails