Colors of My Wind: Lessons I Learned from Pocahontas

I’ve been invited over to guest blog at this lovely lady’s site:

That’s right!

Renee A. Schuls-Jacobson. (the A. stands for AWESOMESOCKS)

Or @RASJacobson

Or if you’re more into Facebook, then her handle is Renee Schuls-Jacobson.

or Renee, as I like to call her.

She’s a beautiful friend.

She’s also an incredibly talented writer and blogger and I can’t wait to get my grubby hands on her book! She’s gonna stun the world with her brilliance.

She’s makes a good day gooder, and a bad day better.

She’ll make you smile whether you want to or not.

I’m thrilled to be at Teachers and Twits. I’m definitely of the twit variety, as my upper arm strength rivals that of a Tyrannosaurus Rex (my biceps are useless, I tell you. Useless!) And I’ve learned so many good lessons here I should be paying her tuition. Renee’s a sage of our time.

Speaking of sages of our time, I wrote about a super serious topic for her, it involves colors of the wind and my favorite Disney princess EVER: Pocahontas. It’s about being an ignoramus and walking two moons.

So go check it out and then go follow her blog, so you’ll have more smiles in your life.

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