There are three great mysteries in life:
(1) What do women talk about when there are no men around?
(2) What do men say to one another when there are no women in sight?
(3) How on earth did George W. Bush win, not once, but twice?
Applying the ancient Chinese/Tibetan practice of Feng Shui to these and other pressing questions facing an anxious humanity, Mayfield & Morse touch upon subjects ranging from careers (you do have one, don’t you?) to relationships (you do have one, don’t you?). From family & ancestors (does it really matter that your aunt Dorothy was Dwight D. Eisenhower’s second cousin’s great-niece?) to fame (you do have some, don’t you?).
While they may not agree on every tiny teensy little detail of how to lead a relatively happy life (one of them is, after all a woman, the other happens to be a man; even more ominously, they’re married), between the two of them there’s more than enough wit and wisdom to go around.
Candidly drawing on their personal experiences, including a collective 64 years of married life, countless affairs (often with strange and exotic people), countless jobs (often in strange and exotic locales), the experience of raising three children, spoiling two grandchildren, and moving to and surviving in a village of 1,000 souls, Mayfield & Morse will leave you laughing and wondering where the 90 minutes went.
Janet Mayfield is a Kaslo-based Feng Shui consultant, and a professional organizer. A former Edmonton Female Entrepreneur of the Year award-winner, Mayfield has wowed crowds across Western Canada with her often blunt, disarmingly honest and open speaking style. She is currently working on Do One Brave Thing a Day, her first book. For more on Mayfield, visit www.janetlynnmayfield.com.
Randy Morse is a publisher, artist, songwriter, and author (his seventh book, Man Up in Ten Lessons, officially launches in May 2012). Morse has lived and worked in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Latin America, and China. The recipient of numerous awards, scholarships and fellowships, he has performed before intimate gatherings and thousands of spectators. For more on Morse, visit www.rgmorse.com.