This weekend, my children’s book is free on Amazon. The Girl Who Saw Words is unique in that it describes what life is like with Synesthesia. So…what the hell is Synesthesia?
Ten years ago, my sister was watching 20/20 or Primetime News and saw a story that immediately made her think of me. The story was about people whose senses seem to be blended: people who taste color, see certain numbers in color, “see” words they say, etc.
Finally, I now had a name for my “different texture of reality”… Synesthesia.
Continue reading → “A Different Texture of Reality”
This is the last week of my thirties and good riddance! I used to think my thirties were the best decade: I got married, bought a house, fell in love with teaching, self-published two books, was given an awesome opportunity to go to San Francisco for a photo shoot (DHC customer spotlight), and had the miracle of my son who makes me smile and laugh EVERY single day.
However, there were also MANY mistakes made throughout those years. I regret nothing, because mistakes make you stronger; mistakes make you learn; mistakes are just inevitable. Continue reading → Sayonara Thirties!!