I am an onion, peeled with many layers. My mind is an ever-flowing thinking machine. I love writing all my thoughts on paper and some get published here on my blog. I am a deep thinker, which brings along deep feelings-positively for the most part!
I am a feminist, poet, writer, blogger, parent of two beautiful girls, a special education teacher, a lover, a friend, a daughter, a sister and most importantly a spiritual warrior!
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Much appreciation from your truly,
He sat in tanned clothing, He was as handsome as can be with a clean shavened face. He wore the same paint stained watch I remembered as a child. Eloquent in an unfamiliar sitting position as he spoke of an intellectual topic. I gawked and took in every inch of his essence. His face, his shoulders, his eyes. Everything.
My own father sitting beside him in silence, as if briefed prior to their visit.
I stumbled as I searched for a camera, but those who snapped a quick pic, found him to be obsolete. Not here nor there.
He was a blur of a beautiful memory engraved in my soul, yet here he stood in my reality.
Hello there! It has been too long since I’ve gotten down and dirty here. I really need to get back to my writing, but this is a start.
As a teacher with school aged kids and a husband’s flexible work schedule, we are blessed to be able to go on yearly summer vacations. We typically do the camping and hiking thing, but as my kids are getting older, they’re getting tired of my nature ways.
This year, I decided to trick them by going to Oregon where the tall trees lay and there are mounts of waterfalls, so I’d be able to sneak in some nature time. The trick was a win-win. My girls loved going on hikes to waterfalls, their eyes loved the beauty while my husband and I loved all the atraction activities.