I am looking forward to facilitating an upcoming workshop at Mount St. Mary’s titled Identifying Your Beach Glass: http://findingbluebeachglass.wordpress.com/workshops
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Island Author and Counsellor Announces Upcoming Workshops Charlottetown, PE, October 13, 2011 ─ Susan Doiron, an Island author and counsellor, announces her upcoming workshop in a series of workshops that she will be offering this fall and winter at Mount St. Mary’s in Charlottetown on topics related to her recently published self-help book: Finding Blue Beach Glass: Uncovering the Extraordinary in the Ordinary. On November 5, 2011, Susan will be facilitating at the Mount the first workshop in this
Looking forward to presenting a workshop on engaging teens from a grounded authentic place at the PEI Teacher’s Federation Annual Convention on October 20, 2011.
I am looking forward to facilitating three workshops at Mount St. Mary’s in Charlottetown on topics related to my book: Finding Blue Beach Glass. For more information on these workshops, please visit the workshop link: http://findingbluebeachglass.wordpress.com/workshops/
One of my favorite beach activities is scavenging for beach glass. Beach glass is created when broken shards of glass become smooth, frosted, and precious, transformed by the gentle lapping of water and the persistent rubbing of sand. Typically, I find brown, white, and sometimes green beach glass but rarely blue. Blue glass is a rare find indeed! For me, finding blue beach glass is like discovering the extraordinary in the everyday joys and difficulties of life. Similar to the broken