Simply, when I started this blog I was reading Women Who Run With Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype, by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D.
The book talks a lot about getting in touch with your own wildness–but not today’s frowned-upon, out-of-control definition of wildness. The book uses ‘wild’ in a way that is more secretive and untouched, the spaces that live within you that no one else knows and that maybe you don’t even know yet.
The phrase ‘in the wild spaces’ jumped into my head and here it will stay because I love the phrase. I love the idea of sharing the thoughts, ideas and interests that collect and coalesce in the wild spaces of my mind.
So while this blog is about things that interest me, actual topics will vary as I jump from wild space to wild space and write about what new treasures I find there.
I hope you enjoy looking into these wild spaces, too.