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watermusic
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I was born in Montrose Colorado, joined the Woman's Army Corp to put myself through school.  I married, bounced around the world, came to Ga for graduate school and got divorced.  I live in a great neighborhood with two cats. I paddle, knit and sing and play the fiddle. I have a guitar. I'm still teaching. Some days I love it.  NCLB is waging war on education and some times I think it's winning.  http://watermusic-theartofbeinghuman.blogspot.com/

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my VN interview

How did you get to where you are now?

One step at a time, sometimes with confidence, sometimes with trembling fear but always with determination and faith.

How do you see yourself differently now than you did 10 years ago?

I am more  resilient and have more confidence. I think I'm attractive in  a way I never did when I was younger. I trust my instincts more, even when they don't seem to make sense. I know that the only thing in life that is certain is change and don't take things so to heart.  I'm less likely to put up with bullshit  hoping it will get better. 

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Deeply peaceful, involved in my community, financially secure.  I am healthy and active and am in a loving relationship with a good man. I paddle often and sing more. I am respected in my profession and confident. My life is better than I ever imagined it to be. 

a postcard to my younger self

One day you will be  sitting in a jazz club in Atlanta wearing a short flirty dress and cowboys boots, drinking a campari and  soda with an adventure photographer from New Zealand and wonder how a girl from the wrong side of the tracks in  a small town in Colorado got there. Life is a mystery. Trust your instincts and your passions.  

my role models

Mother Theresa and Joan of Arc, which explains so much.

my posts

A Man in a Hat and a Wildish Way Child

He was recently single with a wouldn’t die dream of the man he wanted to be when he was seventeen. With money to burn and time on his hands he went out…

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A Strong Woman

This week two friends reminded me ( and apparently I needed the reminder), that I am a strong woman. It got me thinking about what a strong woman looks like.
Finish…

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Uncharted Lands and New Beginnings

I have a long history of failure with maps. An orienteering course while I was in college comes to mind. I successfully convinced four experienced members of my team that I knew…

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No Passport Required

Mention the word adventure and you might think of whitewater rafting, travel to exotic lands, or para sailing over the Mediterranean. I’ve done all those things and more. I’ve taken a…

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Wildish Way Women

I say a little prayer whenever I see a certain kind of little girl. I’m talking about the little girl who is being completely herself rather it’s wearing a pair of…

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my comments

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Response to: That was fun-now go home!!!

Response to: A Strong Woman