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Somehow I survived. 36 hours stuck in flight limbo can take a toll on even the toughest bird, but I'm back in the nest, fierce as ever. Beware insects, one and all! (Especially you slimy little spambots.)
Thanks to a beautiful two-week experience with Virginia Commonwealth University's Spanish & Cultural Competence for Health and Human Services program, I now have dozens upon dozens of photos of Guadalajara, Mexico. During the program, I learned a lot about public health in Mexico, including how medicine and folklore intersect on institutional and familiar levels throughout Jalisco. That's not to mention all of the unscheduled learning that took place, too. Guadalajara is--you guessed it!--a historical city and I definitely explored it as much as time allowed. There's plenty that's Quail Bellish about the place.
As a result of the knowledge gathered on my travels, we're going to have something of a content fiesta here at QB. Be prepared to re-discover the Mexico you thought you knew. QB will kindly instruct, nudge, and peep.
In fact, you're going to be seeing a lot more content on the website overall. That's because for the first time in a while, I have swaths of unscheduled time. You can bet I'll be updating the website and encouraging the rest of The QB Crew to do so, too. (Hey, whatever snags us full-time jobs as QB aficionados!)
I can't wait to begin sharing with my favorite fledglings. After all, these SD cards need some cleaning up...
See you on the Interwebs!
Christine Stoddard/Luna Lark
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Christine Stoddard conceived the idea for Quail Bell in late 2009 after writing a children's story by the same name, and launched the website as a college blog in 2010. In June 2013, Christine and former art director Kristen Rebelo officially launched Quail Bell Magazine as a global web magazine. Read our editorial mission statement to learn more.