Dawn Wink: Dewdrops

Writing, Teaching, Language, Landscape, Life

Dewdrops — August 2012

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Welcome to my blog, Dewdrops.

One evening this past week, I went to Luis Alberto Urrea’s (author of The Hummingbird’s Daughter, The Devil’s Highway) blog and read “Love and Discipline” about his brother’s recent brush with mortality. I wrote Luis a note thanking him for sharing his heart and soul in his blog, my own initial resistance to writing a blog and recent reconsideration, and thanking him for a blog written as doses of writing that knit us together in this wild, heartbreaking, exquisite experience of life.

And Luis Alberto Urrea wrote me back how his fans on Facebook formed Team Juan for his brother, started a prayer chain and Juan is now doing great. Luis finished his note with, “I think you should blog! Yrs., Luis”

When Luis Alberto Urrea tells me, “I think you should blog!” — I listen.

So here is my hope – that this blog will be doses of writing, dewdrops, that might knit us together in this wild, heartbreaking, and exquisite experience of life. Inevitably along the way, there will be thoughts and questions about language, culture, writing, teaching, the land, kids, and anything else that composes the chapters of life. I look forward to our journey together.

Smiles,

Dawn

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Author: Dawn Wink

Dawn Wink is a writer and educator whose work explores the beauty and tensions of language, culture, and place.

5 thoughts on “Dewdrops — August 2012

  1. Thanks Joan! I am reading A Vision of Vygotsky and a coworker recommend me your blog. I am impressed with all the resources you have.

  2. Good for you! I look forward to reading more.

  3. Congratulations on starting your blog…I hope you have endless amounts of joy writing and reading!

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