I grew up in a town of 150 people on the plains of Nebraska, and it's not a misprint that there are no commas or additional zeros behind that number. As a child in a town of 150, it seemed like I knew everyone and had a sense of what their stories were. But as I grew older, I realized that our stories are never fully known, they're always developing, evolving and worthy of being listened to. I've served as an educator in special education, preschool and college settings as well as in state-wide faith formation and campus ministry. I'm a certified spiritual director, a second generation teller of fairy tales through the Nebraska Humanities Speakers Bureau and love reading with my grandchildren. My passion is to help build community through the sharing of stories and listening to the stories of others.
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