Hi! Check out my essay in this month’s Parentwise:Austin magazine! The essays are lovely, so take some time and read them all.
Archive for the ‘Children’s Fiction’ Category
What a marvelous, strange day! I had the great opportunity to hear Jeannette Walls, the author of The Glass Castle (now moved to number one on my nightstand list, right after I finish Elizabeth Bunce’s A Curse Dark As Gold) … Continue reading
First off, let’s get this straight: I love writing. I am happier now than I have ever been in my life (well, maybe except for that first year or two of teaching music at Memorial Primary in New Braunfels. I … Continue reading
So… what a strange weekend so far! I wonder what will happen at church on Sunday. (I’m giving the children’s sermon, and you know that means all bets are off. It could devolve into utter chaos!) I had the strangest … Continue reading
Argh! I have so many ideas I can’t get them all into document format fast enough. For some reason, the picture books (PBs) have taken over my brain. I finished a church-themed one — don’t judge until you see it! … Continue reading
Hey, you know how some people say you have to wait until the kids are grown, have good jobs, and can afford to take their elderly mothers on fabulous safari vacations to see any pay-back from this whole mothering gig? … Continue reading
Hi again! Last weekend, I participated in a workshop. No, not for writing… for Zumba. I am now a fully trained, certified Zumba instructor. Don’t laugh. I could be teaching your next gym class, and if you giggle at me … Continue reading