Published on KSL.com (click HERE for the link) A brief 19 months after we had purchased our first home, my husband was transferred and we had to sell the house and move. After everything in the house had been packed and cleaned,...Read More
The car drive from Utah to Texas was especially exhausting for me due to the glowering, the sulking, and the word “ridiculous” (repeated at least a thousand times) emanating from the back seat, where Kirsten (age 14) happened to...Read More
Published in Wasatch Woman Magazine, April 2010 (click HERE for the link) A few weeks ago, Jeff and I were on a date & got stuck behind a slow-moving Uhaul. It was already dark, & it became clear that the female...Read More
About the Author
I was raised in Stillwater Oklahoma and have since lived in Utah, California, Austria (Sound of Music not kangaroos), Maryland, and Texas.
My B.A. in English, German and Secondary Education is from from Brigham Young University, Provo. I have lived 18 months abroad in Vienna Austria, taught English and German at the secondary level, co-owned a learning center, tutored, edited, taught writing workshops, and been a presenter.
I adore people (particularly my hubby of 26 years and our five kids), reading, writing, and traveling. Beaches and mountains are my favorite and best sources of inspiration, solace and renewal.
A Child’s Hope Foundation
Ten percent of all proceeds from SusieBoyce.org are donated to A Child’s Hope Foundation. This organization is terrific. Outstanding. The bee’s knees. Phenomenal. Rather than waste your time with more adjectives, may I suggest you check it out?
Our family spent a week over Christmas near Tijuana at one of the orphanages and – cliche’ as it may sound – it basically changed our hearts.