Welcome

We need as many stories about people doing things out of love and looking at what connects us all as a community. Here at TWO IN THE WORLD we hope visitors can come for a minute (or five) to feel like they aren’t all alone. Together we will be exploring a multitude of ways in which we can foster kindness, courage, hope and justice. Our writers/explorers include an artist, filmmaker, teacher, two representatives of Gen Z, and an occasional cat.

More from our Explorers

Madeline Finds a New Home

Natalie went through some of her beloved toys and found her Madeline doll with suitcase of clothes, a barn/stable with animals, and some dinosaurs. Maisie, our cat, was intrigued and wondered if there were other things to be

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Acting on Hope: From Art to Politics

The other night, as I went through my inbox deleting the junk mail that had accumulated throughout the day, a subject line caught my eye: “Dreaming in moments of uncertainty.” The email was from Women for Political Change

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Rainy Day

Walking through puddles. With my dancing umbrella. Takes concentration.

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Embracing Process: One Rectangle At a Time

Sometimes it seems to help the creative process to work on several projects at once, so while I continue finishing the big quilted piece about my Irish grandfather I have been working on this simpler block piece with

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Crossing Paths on Morning Walks

The alarm goes off at 5am. We leave the house at 6 and we’re on the trail by 6:30ish. Every morning as I stumble out of bed, pushing past sore muscles and rubbing sleepy eyes awake,  I remind

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TAKE TWO

ART. Such a big word for three letters.  What is Art? What is Art’s purpose and place in our lives, community, country and the world? How do we engage with Art? How is Art made? And by whom?

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Painting a Mural

I have always wanted to paint a mural, but it was never something that ever manifested. That is, until I received word at the beginning of July that I had been selected to paint a wall at Unità

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Madeline Finds a New Home

Natalie went through some of her beloved toys and found her Madeline doll with suitcase of clothes, a barn/stable with animals, and some dinosaurs. Maisie, our cat, was intrigued and wondered if there were other things to be

See More »

Acting on Hope: From Art to Politics

The other night, as I went through my inbox deleting the junk mail that had accumulated throughout the day, a subject line caught my eye: “Dreaming in moments of uncertainty.” The email was from Women for Political Change

See More »

Rainy Day

Walking through puddles. With my dancing umbrella. Takes concentration.

See More »

Embracing Process: One Rectangle At a Time

Sometimes it seems to help the creative process to work on several projects at once, so while I continue finishing the big quilted piece about my Irish grandfather I have been working on this simpler block piece with

See More »

Crossing Paths on Morning Walks

The alarm goes off at 5am. We leave the house at 6 and we’re on the trail by 6:30ish. Every morning as I stumble out of bed, pushing past sore muscles and rubbing sleepy eyes awake,  I remind

See More »

TAKE TWO

ART. Such a big word for three letters.  What is Art? What is Art’s purpose and place in our lives, community, country and the world? How do we engage with Art? How is Art made? And by whom?

See More »

Painting a Mural

I have always wanted to paint a mural, but it was never something that ever manifested. That is, until I received word at the beginning of July that I had been selected to paint a wall at Unità

See More »