All of those are different names for the same thing... our little organization is progressing and having wonderful opportunities to teach others how the rules of improv can give us tools to be better communicators, more open individuals, and be human beings that live in the moment. The Women's Resource Center here on BYU Campus helped us facilitate weekly workshops for a few weeks in January, that went great. We are starting to meet again every Saturday and will hopefully have more Outreach opportunities! I sometimes feel overwhelmed with everything I have going on and that this, which is important, sometimes gets put on the back-burner, but the Lord fills in where I am lacking and things are still moving forward and will continue to do so as long as they are supposed to.
northern california sunflower child. i grew up reading stories, writing stories, drawing stories, and then acting out stories. my parents are travel-lovers and that was passed on to me. studied lots of things at brigham young university in provo, utah. got my dream jobs right out of the shoot and am currently working with people with autism using the arts. i work on projects i'm passionate about on the side, love my family and friends, and try to LIVE this messy thing called life.