two hundred and thirty eight

B and I love GoMA. The space, the peaceful energy, the families immersing themselves in art and free thinking. I can almost feel the shift in the girls brains as they see an artists impression of something that is novel and unique, a new way of seeing something. As if they understand how accessible creativity is to everyone. I am grateful for the wonder, the inspiration and the appreciation in their eyes and for the moment today when Kate turned to us and said, this is so cool. Especially because she had really wanted to go to Princess Polly.

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