A Conversation with Libby John of Art and Faith Conversations Podcast – Part Two

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Dear Friends and Subscribers,

Thank you for listening to this episode of my podcast, Peabiddies: Pursue the Art of Noticing, Season Two – Episode 10. 

As always, I’m grateful that you carved out time to both listen and to share the podcast with friends on social media, and for referring us to others who would perhaps also choose to say yes to the invitation to pursue the art of noticing—noticing more beauty, awe, and wonder. More of the poetic, more of the winsomeness, the “whatever is lovely” in this one extraordinary life.

In this episode, I continue my conversation with artist Libby John, host of Art and Faith Conversations Podcast. Libby is a singer/songwriter, a dancer and choreographer, and both a gracious podcast host and guest.

I hope you will explore more of Libby’s music on Spotify, take a listen to her podcast, which is in its second year. And of course follow her here, on instagram @artandfaithpodcast. 

Remember that you can also subscribe to Peabiddies Notebook: Pursue the Art of Noticing, a weekly subscriber-only newsletter containing show notes, book recommendations, news regarding upcoming guests, as well as highlights from my real life and around the inter web — highlights of my own beauty and noteworthy noticings. I’m digging around, and sharing my own discoveries with you on the pages of the notebook.

Click here to subscribe: Peabiddies Notebook

Listen here:

https://anchor.fm/elizabethwmarshall/episodes/Season-Two—Episode-10-e3cgjv

Again, thank you for listening. And thank you for saying yes to the invitation to take note of this one extraordinary life.

warmly,

elizabeth wynne marshall

@Instagram – elizabethwynnemarshall

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