Held Sunday, May 6th, 2018 Mary reviewed the "why" of Wild Women Society (in case you missed it, the answer is: the Divine Feminine, the magic of women supporting each other, love, relationships, and connecting: self-care!).
Goody Boxes, Yummy food, bubbly, another Wild Child, and loads of Raffle items made for another fabulous gathering of Wild Women!
Karlita Nabours-Palermo is a nurse practitioner for elders and hospice on even days. She is an astrologer, psychic, and spiritual counselor on rather odd days. What does it mean to be a spirit experiencing physical life? Karlita redefines "woowoo" to expose the deeply grounded guidance available by uncanny means. The difficult and liberating work of profound self-empowerment is her guiding mission. She loves to identify clients' superpowers as well as shadows in a lighthearted, compassionate way. She is a teacher of yogic, meditative, divinatory, and material methods toward a more fun & fulfilled life.
Haley Johnsen is not one to miss: She is a one of a kind voice with gusto, soul, and a mesmerizing presence. Over the last few year since her time as a top 24 finalist on American idol Season 11, Haley has earned local and national attention by taking her impactful solo show on recent 2017 tours with Austin,Texas based band The Wind and the Wave, Seattle based band Gabriel Wolfchild and the Northern Light, and Season 8 winner of The Voice Sawyer Fredericks. Haley’s music is a soulful helping of blues/rock and pop songwriting with nostalgic arrangements and a window into the great passions of an artist who’s dynamic vocals soar and whose heart is eternally, vulnerably, human.
Guest Artist Bonnie Wilson Harold is an architect by trade, but has been a lifelong artist, creating, among other things, beautiful ceramics. She is the embodiment of feeding that inner creativity that we all need and crave despite all the demands of everyday life. In her words: "No matter how stressed I am from normal life, when I go to clay, it goes away! It can always de-stress me and make me happy and content. For that reason it is necessary and I fight hard to make room for it in my life because I know how important it is to me. I create all day with my work, but working in clay is different...it's cheaper than therapy!"