The Ridler sisters, Suzie, Jamie and Shannon, discuss their creative projects, from challenges to celebrations, and support each other's creative lives.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

October 11, 2012


One of the amazing women who comes to Art Picnic was describing how she's started to keep an Intention Journal. She writes down her intentions daily, also asking the Universe for help in bringing what she's written to life. I've decided to try something similar and am already finding it a powerful practice. On the first page I addressed the practice to who I am writing to, kind of an invocation. And then, as you open the book, on the right I write my intentions/prayers/wishes and on the left I put a beautiful picture, like an offering. So far, I love it.


Yes, I spent yesterday going to Ripsters and dressing up to make this video. They are the store with the dancing cow outside. I love this store and know that the "Man" has moved into our hood to take over and so I really wanted to support them because their store truly has the Halloween spirit and they are there all year, which must be a challenge. I bought my white wig there and got some silver body glitter for Hal-Con.

I hope you like the in joke, "It's worth the drive to Lower Sackville." I thought it was a funny Toronto reference.


Suzie Ridler said...

Oh that's an interesting idea Jamie! I love that you add a visual element to it as well. Beautiful!

Shannon said...

I love that we have asking the universe and setting attentions right alongside dancing cows and Halloween costumes.

I *love* seeing slices of our lives!

Suzie Ridler said...

Me too Shannon! I totally love doing this blog with you and Jamie. :)

Jamie Ridler Studios said...

OMG that video is AWESOME!!!!! Suzie, it totally weirded me out. So spooky! And you were so HOT! You could tell how much you enjoyed doing it. Wow, how fun to do that as a Hexed star. Awesome, awesome, awesome.

And me 3!! I totally love doing this with you both!

Suzie Ridler said...

LOL, OMG, thanks Jamie! Oh you're making me laugh. Yes, it was so much fun and I felt totally in my element. I did my part with just one shot and went with it. It's so nice to let my spooky side out. That feels more like the real me and I'm glad it wasn't too creepy.