Christina Watkins teacher, soul friend, pilgrim, poet. I was born in Southern Ontario, Canada. Since I married my husband, who is a geologist, I have lived in Australia, Toronto, Mexico, Northern Ontario, Northern Quebec, Colorado, Arizona, and British Columbia. I have always and still do love to walk and hike and dance, listen to music and write poems, to read and go to the movies and attend theatrical or musical productions. I hold a Master of Divinity degree and also diplomas in Spirituality and Jungian Psychology. Christina Watkins vive con su esposo, David, en Victoria, Columbia Britanica, Canada. Visit/Follow to get real time updates/blogs: www.christinawatkinspoems.com
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