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1974-1975 (Part II)

Dear Sarah, Rebecca and Rachel,

Just as I don’t remember much about the move from California to Colorado, I don’t recall going to Silverthorne Elementary for the first day of school in third grade – September, 1974.   1,064 more words


"Only the work will lift you up. Never forget that."

Title: Born With Teeth
Author: Kate Mulgrew
RRP: £20
Published On: April 2015
Published By: Little, Brown.

Kate Mulgrew came into this world like the rest of us – naked, wailing, and eyes tightly closed. 825 more words

Wild Life

The way I handled this website to start with is quite laughable. I mentioned that I was going to eat, breath, and live writing. I have been living, breathing, and eating life. 254 more words


Day 42 100words100days The autobiography of dust

111 words (a Nelson)


I don’t have a single unified, uniform identity. I’m not from just one place or one time or one people. I am the leavings of the earth, and the ends of people and animals and plants. 86 more words


“Evangelical”: changing the subject

I rarely enter the fray of conversations about evangelicalism. I refrain largely because the foci seem so alien and cloistered and irrelevant. But here, I will join my voice with a chorus of others as I stumble through articulating my own intersection with evangelicalism. 1,680 more words

Constructive Theology

Life as a Speckled Bird: a powerful memoir about a woman's quest for independence and love

I am so excited to announce that my very first client’s memoir is officially published! I started working with this wise woman last year, interviewing her about her life, in order to pull together the stories from hers. 573 more words


Prompt 17: Biographer

Prompt 17. Who would you like to be your biographer?

Um, hello? I’d write an autobiography. No biographer needed. None wanted. Jog on, I can handle this myself. 366 more words