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Do you know a Goddess
of Transformation?

Each month we'll honor
a woman who has
changed her life or
someone else's. 

Contact me to
nominate yourself or
another goddess
(and tell me why).

Come to a Dragonfly Salon. (Wings optional.)

I’ve always loved the idea of those salons they had in 18th century Paris.

So, I’m throwing one in 21st century Los Angeles.

On Sunday March 17th, we’ll sip Red Dragonfly cocktails, enjoy tasty tidbits and celebrate the joy of showing our true colors.

I’ll be showing my first collection of limited edition Oh My Goddess prints.

And sharing some divine musings and schmoozings about the Dragonfly Movement. (It’s never too late to give your heart wings.)

I hope you’ll flutter by for an uplifting afternoon.

Sunday, March 17th, from 4-6pm*
BREADBAR at the Century City Mall
10250 Santa Monica Blvd.

* There’s also a yummy special price-fixed Dragonfly Dinner starting at 6:00 ($25 each).

Please RSVP by March 1st for the Dragonfly Salon, Dinner or both. Just email me at Wendi@OhMyGoddess.com. xoxoxo

(I’m so looking forward to seeing your face in person.In the meantime. I’d love to know what you think about this wing-ding.)
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4 comments to Come to a Dragonfly Salon. (Wings optional.)

  • Jennifer T

    Dear Dragonfly Goddess Wendi,
    am So very sorry to miss your iridescent soiree! Am stuck in san Francisco but will be with you in spirit.
    XOJennifer

  • Tiffany

    I love the idea and wish you weren’t so far from me..I’m in SanDiego. When I was in London last year, we went to a pop-up restaurant in the council flats. One of the most unique and memorable meals I have ever had! Maybe a pop-up salon/gallery for you? Love your goddess xo

    • I love that idea….we’ll just have to see what develops. This whole thing is a leap of faith. And I love the idea of leaping into a pop-up eventually. Thank you, Tiffany!

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