As a child and adolescent I used to write almost every day and I was also an avid musician. But as happens all too often, life got in the way of my creativity. Now two decades later, I find myself a fully grown woman (at least on the outside), a professional, an ex-patriot living in South America and mother of two. I am navigating, what seemed before to be, the uncharted oceans of adulthood and of a life that becomes ever more complicated, as I dive consciously deeper into the layers of this human experience.

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  1. Thank you for your “like” and visiting my blog! I’m glad you enjoyed my poem and that it led me to your blog. Your writings are beautiful!!!


  2. Thank you for stopping and liking today’s post. It is greatly appreciated. You are the first person I am aware of who lives in South America who stopped. I found the same thing about my creativity. I had a space that I could create within and it slipped away. I find the blog has replaced it so well. I look forward to following your diving into the experience of writing.

    Take care,


  3. Thanks for alighting on my blog. Your poems resonate with me very deeply. I’m glad you pointed me towards them.

  4. Delighted to have found your blog! Navigation of uncertainty is at least more fun with good companions. I look forward to following more of your journey! ~Much light and love to you in the new year!

  5. Yes, first of all, thank you for liking my latest post… Second, I’m glad not being alone in this elite club of perfects… Third, I’ll surely follow you blog:-)
    All my very paranoidly perfect unmatchedly best of the best, wishes:-)


  6. Thank you for stopping by my blog. Your life sounds very interesting, and I appreciate you taking the time to look at my writing. Your poetry is very interesting!

  7. I’ve just begun exploring your writing and am having a ball! Thanks for liking UPON SUCCESSFUL EYE SURGERY — MAY 20, 2013. I hope you’ll visit again. Best writing success!

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