Angela Kelsey

Tell the Story

Lesson Plan

Filed in Stories, voices :: March 23, 2012

Today’s Nest-Making guest post in honor of women and Women’s History Month is by Kelly Letky. Every day as I post these, I marvel at the stories and try not to editorialize (too much) in these introductions, but I love this post about “what really matters.” :: My mom never graduated from high school. I […]

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Wonder Woman Hilda Raz

Filed in Stories, voices :: March 22, 2012

I am very happy to post today’s Women’s History Month Nest-Making guest post by Bridget Pilloud, to (and for) whom I am grateful for so many things, not the least of which is her introducing me to Hilda Raz and her poetry.  Please do click the links and read the poems. :: Many women have formed me. […]

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The Fierce Feminine

Filed in Stories, voices :: March 21, 2012

Today’s guest post in the Nest-Making series for Women’s History Month is written by Josie Beug, the woman who walked beside Gracie and me as our veterinarian and trusted friend. I’m very happy to share the gift of her writing in honor of the fierce feminine in all of us. :: I resisted being “female” […]

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A (Wonderfully) Mixed Relationship

Filed in Stories, voices :: March 20, 2012

I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Cheryl Ives primarily through Twitter, and today I’m very happy to share more than 140 characters of her writing.  I find in her story a mirror of my own, and I hope you, too, will feel honored and seen in this latest Nest-Making post for Women’s History […]

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Her Unseen Hand On My Back

Filed in Stories, voices :: March 19, 2012

This exquisite guest post by Alana Sheeren is the latest in Nest-Making, a series honoring women and Women’s History Month. :: My grandmother was born Laura Lee Weisbrodt on July 16th, 1903 in Georgetown, Ohio. Her father abandoned the family while she was still young, leaving her to help her mother raise four younger siblings, the […]

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