Guy comes to Maine and expands the ‘lasso of love’

We write about Guy’s week-long visit to the Marshwood School District in South Berwick and Eliot, Maine in May. The mission was to present African-American history to five South Berwick schools in five days, and with an incredible out-pouring of effort, planning and resources, it actually took place. I can only I can only say, Wow!

This was my second time in Maine, and the only familiar territory was the wonderful Great Works School. I was able to surf through the week on wave after wave of support from wonderful and enthusiastic Marshwood teachers and staff. We waded kindergarten to 12th grade children through a variety of history.


Artist Synthia Saint James

You would have to be living in a cave not know who she is! A self taught artist/ author, her bold colorful illustrations have appeared on more than 50 book covers (Alice Walker, Terry McMillian, Iyanla Vanzant and Julia Boyd), licensed products and thirte ...


Life With My Plant

For the last couple of weeks I have been lamenting about a change that is occurring in my life. Now I know that lamenting is a pretty strong word to use to describe my reaction to the change, but it is truthful nonetheless. It all started w ...