My Own Muse: day 3 of Quote Challenge

 

Who was the muse of Anis Nin?  How did she see it?  Like me, she admired others who the muse touch.  I don’t know what or where my muse is, but Anais Nin found hers, as shown in the following quote.

For too many centuries women have been being muses to artists. I wanted to be the muse, I wanted to be the wife of the artist, but I was really trying to avoid the final issue — that I had to do the job myself.”
Anaïs Nin

Can I be my own muse?  We will see together.

In concluding the 3 days of Quotes Challenge, I would like to thank  Bee Organized with Pamela, for her invitation .  She welcomes us into her home and gives us tips to get organized, along with some other pieces of inspiration.  You will enjoy your visit.  This is my last day of the challenge, but I have learned that a quote is good inspiration.

According to the rules, I nominate three bloggers to participate.  It is a joy to share their blogs with you.  I hope you will enjoy their blogs as much as I do.

Today’s nominees:

Rareity, writer, poet, and generally insightful person.

The Zen Hiker, hiker, writer, and deep thinker.

Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth, whose sense of humor will light your day

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