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“She said, He said”
Yep, we’re a huge department of two people. 🙂 Our nicknames from our co-workers are “The Wizard” and “Woogy Mamma”. The names are fairly representative of who we authentically are, for the most part.
Our similarities are many, our differences are complimentary. We do tend to fall into yin/yang roles when we work together, so when we do create new tools or new combinations from the raw materials provided to us, we end up with a very well rounded product. The same is true for when we create workshops together, do crystal whispers, or really… when we do any kind of work. Together, we bring more to the table than either he or I could do alone.
At this point, we’ve decided to share one blog on the website and do a bit of a “He said, She said” format, or rather, “She said, He said”. Christopher thought I should go first, being female and all. Sweet boy.
We both have our specialties, favorite tools, and perspectives. He’s like a super genius about geology and traditional methods, plus he’s clairvoyant as heck. I’ve got mainly a self-taught, lots of play time with materials kind of background, with a kinesthetic or tactile sensitivity. It’s stunning how often we are in agreement, but when we are not in agreement, there is something quite fun about why.
There is very fertile ground within our differences of opinions. It shows us both new information and expands our perspectives, and I think it might be helpful to our readers as well. So, we thought it would be fun to explore the similarities and differences of our perspective on this blog, to discuss what resources we would use for a particular issue, and why.
We also thought it would be fun to come up with our suggestions independently, without showing our information to each other before we wrote for ourselves, and then seeing which one of us was better at guessing what resources the other selected.
I have to admit… for the first blog about “The Most Universally Helpful Gridding Stones”, he kind of kicked my butt.
Love, Light, & Chocolate,