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By: Mare

Transitions in My Life

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How does one move forward to a big and open world with many possibilities? Mary was always determined to broaden her horizons from her life in a tiny village in Guam. Mary is entrusted with a religious upbringing, and this is how she made connections to her world. You will see how the glimpses of a village girl made an abrupt and meaningful change to womanhood which gifted her a new perspective in life. Her simplicity of life took her to many milestones beyond this village.


Mary’s professional aspirations empowered her to be more than a teacher role model. Mary embraced a childhood trauma from the school she attended. She relates this experience engagingly and memorably. She named it a project to herself. This task instilled her love for Second Language Teaching, making her a winner. These footsteps she walked allowed her to create adventure, to seek knowledge, to acknowledge receptivity to change and to find love.

Mare is a native of Guam, USA. She was born into a family of five siblings, her first friends. Playing school with her siblings cautions everyone that she had her mind on being a teacher at such a young age.


Mare’s first venture away from Guam was to attend Viterbo College in La Crosse, Wisconsin. La Crosse is a college town known for its beautiful bluffs. Her teaching experiences began by working with elementary-age children in Guam and the states of North Carolina and Indiana. She taught in both Catholic and public-school settings. No matter where she is, Mare’s passion and expertise in teaching was enjoyed by all for many wonderful years. Eventually, she went to the University of Arizona to pursue her studies in Second Language Teaching. Mary taught in Adult Education for almost twenty years. She did her lesson presentation of Crossroads Café-Indianpolis on TV to the new-English speaking population in Indianapolis.


Mare is now retired from her teaching profession and is enjoying on-going retirement with her husband in their home in Indianapolis. Mare writes her first book, Transitions in My Life, and dreams to write more books in her senior years.

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