This mid-century setting speaks to me–starkly inviting in its emptiness. Waiting for company–yours. Waiting for something to be said.
When I’m not writing, I can be found in the garden and hanging out with family, friends (furry too), and my writing buddies.
I still love teaching, and for now my focus is creative writing and literature from a Peace Studies perspective.
Things I’ve Always Loved
Writing, music in my bedroom, summer, rearranging furniture, blue, garage sales, ice cream, long haired dogs, reading, creeks, cherries, back scratchers, coffee, all kinds of art, dirt, birds, history, poetry, spiritual reading in small doses, mid-century architecture and furniture, foreign movies, hair, canoeing, flowers, all kinds of music, French kisses, family history, the beach, sourdough bread, apricots, estate sales, baseball, diaries, sweaters, fishing, pie, philosophy, soft pillowcases, mysteries, berries, traveling, board games, hide and seek, boogie boarding, sunbathing, tomatoes, rain, baths, trees, Superman, cake with good frosting, friendship…