I know who I can't be now. I also know I have something to offer. I don't crave success, but I crave usefulness. And I crave someone who can help guide me. But the more I think about trekking into the great unknown—to be that iconoclast forging beyond charted territory—I know there are no guides. Julia Child's kitchen is on display at the Smithsonian in D.C. It’s a grand … [Read more...] about Fitz and the Tantrums; or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Gift
Veneranda Aguirre is a Brooklyn based writer and storyteller, born and raised between Southern Arizona and northern Mexico. She has a B.A. in International Studies from The University of Arizona (2002), focusing on economic development in Latin America, and a law degree from The University of Arizona James E. Rogers School of Law. Prior to turning to a life of crime, she practiced in the areas of commercial law and real estate and worked on local and national campaigns, with a short stint at Williams-Sonoma. Her creative nonfiction pieces can be found at venerandajade.com.