While deciding whether or not to take Kelly Rae Robert's e-course, I noticed the little tag on her blog. It says, "Artist. Author. Possibilitarian."
I thought she might have made that last word up. I mean I make up words all the time. Not only ninchies and frinchies, but also creality or lasagana not to mention prezelbilities! So when trying to find out what exactly a "possibilitarian" is, I found answers ranging from ""a person who thinks anything is possible," all the way to descriptions of a movement or belief, something like a religion with just a hint of "cult" or new-age ding dong.
I liked this article, although it exposes me for the possible "poser" that I am, but all I can say is that I happen to have the added bonus of the word actually containing my name inside of it! I absolutely love the idea that all things are possible, and that so many limitations out there are an illusion of our own thinking.
Being somewhat cursed with the spelling "Tari" my entire life, I finally realize there just might have been a reason behind it all along.
So naturally I signed up for the class. It felt like a sign. And now twisting the vernacular even further, I hereby proclaim that not only am I a possibilitarian, but maybe also the world's first "prezebilitarian."
These images are from the "Letter P" spread of my resolutionary alphabetica. It's unfinished but I had fun playing with my name and merging more of the words and elements together. It's interesting that one of the other words is "publish" which is something I hope to gain help from Kelly Rae's course.