Arizona native sharing intentional, creative, and inspirational living through photography and writing. 🌞
A bit about me~A veteran High School English teacher who is called to teach, but who stepped away from a busy classroom to pursue other passions, following some life changes and deep reflection. After years of running out of time at the end of the day, I decided to finally make my creative passions a priority. I have been doing so in a variety of ways and every day brings new discoveries. As you will learn if you spend time in my blog, I am a blessed mom to an amazing and accomplished artist, who taught me how to look up from books and see the world around me. When not sitting in front of a screen or behind a book, I find time to dance and I find peace and beauty in nature. When the weekend comes, I explore mountains, trails, lakes, and parks with my adventurous husband. Not completely removed from teaching, I assist Arizona author, Sandra Marinella, with her important work on teaching narrative therapy (writing to heal).
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This poem was written in response to a prompt presented by The Piper Center for Creative Writing at Arizona State University during National Poetry Month (April). The prompt asked the poet to consider when or where do you feel free/not free and write a poem that describes freedom of self-expression, in relation to space and …
Reading aloud and recording my poems over the last two weeks has reminded me how much I miss reading stories and poems to high school students. So, with that joy in mind, I will continue speaking into my phone and sharing my recorded lines. I have selected two previously published poems to share with you …
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