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Teresa Hirst

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in Big Spring, Texas, The United States
May 26

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Teresa observes and tells insightful stories, both fiction and nonfiction, that characterize our emotional experience with life. Teresa grew up in the Midwest with an imagination and creativity straight from the stories she consumed in her childhood. She put away her Harriet the Spy persona to attend Brigham Young University, where she studied journalism and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications, allowing her to engage in some legitimate people watching. Today, Teresa lives in Minnesota with her husband and teenage children and enjoys sentimental movies, Sunday afternoon walks, good food, and great conversations. She is a Mormon choosing faith and gratitude to cope with neuroendocrine cancer.

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Teresa Hirst Observing people and working from home. We reveal a lot about human nature as we go about our lives. I love to observe that in myself and others. I…moreObserving people and working from home. We reveal a lot about human nature as we go about our lives. I love to observe that in myself and others. I also love working from home so that I can create time and space to process what I learn and craft the words I need to express it. (less)
Teresa Hirst Give yourself and your writing the time to develop. Don't look as rejections or critiques as a sign you can't be a writer. Patiently pursue your…moreGive yourself and your writing the time to develop. Don't look as rejections or critiques as a sign you can't be a writer. Patiently pursue your craft. (less)
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Life itself becomes part of the creative process2


A full week of unique experiences has sparked my creative energy.


I saw the Piano Guys in concert. They know how to entertain!


I traveled to Missouri to be with my dad while my mom was with my sister when she delivered twins.


I volunteered at our local hospital where I see and appreciate all those behind the scenes who work to provide safe and comfortable medical care.


And I inadvertently used th...

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“Conversations with a trusted friend pull us into a new point of view as if we are supporting characters in a work of fiction. In both, we spread our stories, ideas and emotions outside of ourselves so we can view them from distinct angles.”
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“When you cross a challenge that is expansive and deep, you may not even realize when you’ve come to the other side. That day will come. And when it does, how will you look at your crossing?”
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“When you cross a challenge that is expansive and deep, you may not even realize when you’ve come to the other side. That day will come. And when it does, how will you look at your crossing?”
Teresa Hirst

“Conversations with a trusted friend pull us into a new point of view as if we are supporting characters in a work of fiction. In both, we spread our stories, ideas and emotions outside of ourselves so we can view them from distinct angles.”
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