Sunday, May 16, 2010

Photography from the Founder of Planet Thrive... Julie Genser shares her "Portrait of a Life with Chemical Sensitivities"

This photographic contribution to the Canary Caravan Carnival is by Julie Genser, the creator of Planet Thrive

Notes from Mokihana:
Julie Genser is one more brave and creative EI-MCS siter who has created and founded an on-line community to serve in multiple ways. These photo chronicles are powerful visuals that humble me and fuel my energy to be who I am ... just as I am for my limitations are a structure that is me. It is true for all of us with chronic and all too often invisible illness and disability.

Mahalo Julie for your photo characterization ...
Mokihana





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2 comments:

Mokihana and Pete said...

Once again my thanks to Liberty for her angel-aid from the internet space in Ontario ... where she has posted Julie Genser's Carnival submission because I am unable. In so many ways, the ability to use the resources of others who 'have' what one might not is a great big lesson of acceptance.

Julie Genser is one more brave and creative EI-MCS siter who has created and founded an on-line community to serve in multiple ways. These photo chronicles are powerful visuals that humble me and fuel my energy to be who I am ... just as I am for my limitations are a structure that is me. It is true for all of us with chronic and all too often invisible illness and disability.

Mahalo Julie for your photo characterization ...
Mokihana

Liberty said...

You're welcome Mokihana!
It was my pleasure.

I will add your words to the post.

I, too, find Julie's images incredibly powerful.