|Gallery of Student Writing|
|6/2011-6/2012 Work Journals|
My husband writes and draws to entertain. I write about my life to reveal my "life as it happens." (a line stolen from NPR today) I write to process my work with teaching and learning, reading and writing, and teens. I write to document and think through my every day challenges of managing a chronic disease. I write mostly to provide hope. Hope for myself and maybe for others on their journey. Wherever or whatever, I write, my words are fingerprints that mark who I am or where I was on my journey.As I look back, I can see that the work doesn't get easier, but I get better, which is why "What I Write" matters.