Do you have a coming out story? A time when you have declared difference from your family, peer group or community? A moment when you have risked not belonging because part of you was screaming that you just could not stay quiet for one more second?
This work is a dance that sculpts language to illustrate pedagogical relationship between people and place/Land. The threads of the dance are woven throughout, with the sharing of the personal, through excerpts of poetry, to open up generative dialogical spaces.
This article is the result of independent research through a university on the West Coast of Canada. It weaves together poststructural interpretations and a hermeneutic phenomenological recounting of an experience of inquiring about angels with young children.
Whistler may be world renowned as a premiere ski resort destination, but it is a fantastic place to go at any time of the year! The ski and snowboard racks in the village are replaced with bike racks in the late spring, summer and early fall. And when you are not biking in Whistler on one of the extensive bike trail networks, you can hike in the forest, swim in a lake, and stroll the vibrant village full of wonderful shops and restaurants!
Heading into West Vancouver? Be sure to visit beautiful historic Lighthouse Park! When in the area, a trip to the only old-growth forest left in the Lower Mainland of Vancouver is a must! An awesome place to go for a leisurely stroll, or a swift paced hike or run, the park is easy to access by bus or car.
Contributing author in a book called, the day I gave birth. Edited by Tracy Houk, this collection of 45 positive-outcome birth stories highlights the dramatic ways that babies tend to come into the world.