Unexpected seems expected. We exert energy and spend countless hours knocking on the doors of opportunities. A door opens, so we celebrate. But wait. There’s a glass door behind the first door. And surprise, surprise . . . there’s a screen door beyond the glass.Read More
We’re all flawed and significant. We each face plot-worthy conflict, live vivid lives. We are main characters of our stories and supporting characters in the stories of others.
But there is more . . .Read More
I spend so much time telling other people’s stories, I forget the art of telling my own. I undress for my characters but in front of the world, I remain a prude hidden behind “How To,” “Five Steps” and a teacher’s high-level vocabulary.Read More