Monthly Archives: November, 2014

Holding Hands

I am an unabashed lover of teenage years. My playlists read like I’m stuck in a John Hughes movie. I own all of Twilight and those Divergent Books and all John Green has ever written. It speaks to me. It speaks really of a time when youthful exuberance is mixed with this naive awe at …

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Waiting to hug Yael

Ironically, one of my most favorite projects that I’m working on right now is writing a curriculum about conflict. I usually write “silver lining” pieces — you know where everything is terrible but then you find a nice little hook to make everyone feel better. I think that’s how I usually see things. That nice …

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