|Me with some fabulous|
future teachers at Troy University-Dothan.
It's been a busy week for me with travels to Troy, AL and Dothan, AL... and next up Auburn, AL! Then next week Charles Waters comes to Alabama, and we have quite a few groups we'll be working with in addition to dashing down to Mobile, AL, for some research on our work-in-progress.
I'm taking it one day at a time, focusing on gratitude. It's an honor to be asked to share my life and stories with others... so far on this busy spring stretch, I've taken good care of myself. Looking forward, it helps to know that on several ventures I will have friends/loved ones joining me. Yay!
I offer you my latest ArtSpeak: RED poem below!
if thirst has a color
its color is red
a lion's roar
thirst is gritty
as sand between my toes
is burnt almonds
onto my lips
- Irene Latham------
Readers, have you ever been thirsty, so thirsty? What does it taste like to YOU? (That was the hardest sense for me to find in this poem!)