A wonderful blog post I came across today: My Husband is Not My Prince Charming

While I mostly blog about my own experiences and interests, I am not unaware of the many great bloggers out there who have something inspirational to share or who embody the ideas that I try to put forth. This post is a wonderful example of blurring the boundaries of journaling with blogging, opening up people’s eyes to learning from the very people and events at hand, and being able to define oneself amidst so many expectations and stereotypes.

I hope you enjoy it as well.

My Husband is Not My Prince Charming.

 

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I am an adjunct assistant professor of English at Pace University in NY, adjunct faculty in English at Raritan Valley Community College in NJ, an online member of the adjunct faculty at SNHU College of Online and Continuing Education, as well as a freelance editor and writer. For many years, I've taught, guided, and tutored many individuals from those as young as kindergarten age to Grad-school students. I've worked on fiction, nonfiction, and memoirs. What has given me the greatest pleasure, is when I have students get together in a group, and create a story together. I offer the theme (e.g., Create a version of Red Riding Hood) and they run with it. I hope to offer this community collaboration to many more people. The goal is to prove that you don't have to be alone to write, you don't have to offer yourself up alone to the group, you can collaborate and offer the world (yes, the world is the community) a chance to create a narrative together. The results have been amazing.

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