The death of Maggie Tellado's two daughters from cancer four years apart and the death of her grandson the following year brought her to return to writing. It had been a few years since she felt inspired to pick up a pen or log on and begin to write. The grief she felt was turned into making birdhouses and eventually back to her love of writing, but in a different genre. Rhymes and poems seemed to be her inspiration now. The minute she went ahead with writing them, she felt a closure and release of feelings and emotions from her loss. Alongside her daily, was the support of her husband and fellow friends of her community and those out of state.
Love of life and how precious it is, drew her to verbalize, in her own style of writing. Days and nights were filled with rhymes and poems as she saw it, and to say it. Maggie is very observant of nature, people and the things around her. She is passionate in her writings and wants to share her view with you.
Maggie stays active with walking, reading, lunches with friends and her birdhouses. Her faith in God has brought her through the seasons of sadness and renewed her in every way possible. To Him, be the glory!