What Love Looks Like

I fell in love with Charleston the first time I set foot there, probably because it was so different from where I grew up and now live, the flat plains of the Midwest. I had never been to a place with such character, beauty, and history all wrapped into one quaint package, complete with horse-drawn ...
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Sacred Echoes

On my first day of student teaching I met Jerome.

I was training to work as a special education teacher and was assigned to a summer school class of fourth and fifth graders with autism and other cognitive impairments. It was a lively place.

Jerome moved like a bouncing ball, limbering ...
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