Write Now: I Trust In Myself

I’ve been writing my way through life since I first learned how to hold a pencil. I’ve nearly written it all — I’ve captured storybook fantasies in elementary school, responded to prompts for appraisal in middle school, reported in-depth articles, published my own poetry books, and slogged pages of research reports for my undergraduate education.Continue reading “Write Now: I Trust In Myself”


And she walked.  She walked away, and kept walking. Back to the riverbed and the forest and the trees that healed her.  Held her. Back to facing the sunshine and the air outside, holding her lens — her sword and shield. And she listened.  She listened to the sounds of possibility.  They were everywhere. SheContinue reading “March”