Category Archive: Resources

Apr 22

How will the book end?

A few months ago I sat and drank tea with a friend. We meet to talk poetry and life every month or so, whenever time allows. I told her about the two white dogs we might adopt. Her reply put me face to face with my memoir writer’s block. “Maybe that’s how your book will …

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Nov 25

Sharing Resources

And we made it to Thanksgiving week! It’s one of my favorite weeks of the entire year. Eating, giving thanks, time for just being, time to sleep in, the week has it all. I’ve been busy lately, writing and reading for my memoir class at the University of Washington, writing stories for ParentMap, fact-checking magazine …

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Nov 14

Book Review: The Daily Poet

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Often I can’t clear my brain out unless I write a poem. Poetry has always been my best form of therapy, followed quickly by the run. Since I’m not running lately due to aging of the human body (otherwise called sciatica and its accompanying muscle tension), I rely much more on words that tumble into …

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Nov 04

Ready for Air: Review & Book Giveaway

I’ve been waiting to read Ready for Air: A Journey Through Premature Motherhood ever since I met the author Kate Hopper. Time is evasive; I think I met Kate a few years ago. Our meeting was kismet. On the local writer’s collective website, I saw an event with a teacher from The Loft Literary Center …

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Oct 15

Sharing Resources

Tuesday greetings to you! I want to  do something new here. Every two weeks I want to share links to helpful articles about the special needs/diverse learners world. I also will link to my ParentMap work, which is often about this topic. I write a regular blog about navigating the special needs planet with my …

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