About Eva’s Passions

Hello and welcome to Eva Santiago310!
I am a published author and teacher; I have several passions and one of them is homeschooling.I home teach my 4 kids and have been doing so for the past 16 years. I won’t just be writing about homeschooling; homeschooling is a life style and I want my reader to understand that. Homeschooling encompasses so much more than just teaching your children out of a book. Life can be the best teacher and so this blog will cover many varied topics. It will be as varied as the families that choose this way of life.
 As my reader, you can look forward to informative and entertaining posts. Because another one of my true loves is writing, I will keep new posts coming your way at least once per day; if you happen to see several new posts on the same day, then that means my pen/keyboard were smokin! I can guarantee you one thing: You’ll never be bored when you visit my blog!!
I’m updating my about page with a couple pf pictures of the front and back covers of my second book: Salsa The Taste of Life. It is available at Amazon and Tate Publishing. Also, you can contact me through email, and order it from me and I will sign it for you ! 🙂
New Year’s Trip 2012
My youngest daughter did a Lyrical Dance to “Reach” by Peter Furler at a church recently. Enjoy!
                                                                                      

I would like to share an excerpt from my first book with you. This is a funny story from my childhood and I hope you enjoy it because it still makes me smile…as clear

I did learn from my father that he was an affectionate and tender man because I still feel the warmth of his love. Even though it has already been a lifetime of not having him in my life, I know that he loved me. When I was younger I used to see him as a god who could do no wrong. Then I grew up and I had to accept the reality that my father was a sinner just like me.

My sister Salome shared a story with me that helped me to see him more realistically; she said that he had purchased a new toilet for our house and he brought it in to the house then he left because he had to go run an errand. Meanwhile he warned all of us to stay away from it until he returned. Salome could not resist and her curiousity finally triumphed over her will to obey Papa’s command. She lifted the top to the water tank and following the natural course of events, the heavy lid fell from her small awkward hands and it broke right in half. Then all the older kids tried as best as they could to prop the lid back in its place so that Papa would not notice it when he returned. When he returned, the first thing he did was to work on installing the toilet; as he looked in disbelief at the broken top the look on his face showed that he was about to fly off the handle. He lined all of us up and determined to find out who the culprit was that had disobeyed his order. We all stood quietly looking at our bare feet not wanting to give our peer away. One by one, he would look us in the eye and ask,

“Tu hiciste esto?” “Did you do this?” He went on down the line,growing hotter by the second until he reached Salome. When he looked in her face,Salome’s knees were knocking so hard her body language told on her before Papa had the chance to pry the truth out of her. The minute they made eye contact, Salome broke rank and ran for her life; she made Papa chase her all over the place and when he finally caught her,she told me in her own words,

” I got the whipping of a life time.”

Eva Santiago copyright 2009 Authorhouse

I just wanted to share some info about my writing journey  with my readers.

I graduated from high school in San Antonio Tx in 1987; John Marshall High School is my alma mater.

I attended college in Atlanta Georgia; first I went to A.I.A and then I graduated from The American College for the Applied Arts with a B.A. in Fashion and Business.

I came to the US from Colombia when I was 6 and I had to learn English. Once I learned to communicate in English I started my life long love affair with words,sentences,paragraphs,pen and paper.

As a young child I had no one to confide in so I discovered that writing was a powerful tool for me;it helped me process my feelings and once I wrote things down I felt better. Writing also became my trusted friend because I could say anything in my journals and never be corrected or reprimanded by my superiors.

I loved reading as a child also and I would steal away to my bedroom; where I would travel to far away places through the books I was reading. When I was bored in my classes at school, I would read a book and tune out the teacher. Surprisingly I was able to keep all of my marks up.

In the 6th grade I had a wonderful teacher who encouraged me to write. As a class assignment she had us write poems and without telling any of us,she entered some of them in a local library poetry contest. I was amazed when one day she gave me a note that told me to go to the local library to receive a certificate for the poem I had written. I never forgot that feeling and  I thank this teacher for having pointed out my gift to me.

Once I reached high school,in the 11th grade my English teacher from the year before approached me and asked me to submit a poem for the annual school anthology. Yet again I was shocked that she would come to me. So I wrote a poem about love and a few months later I saw my work published and I beamed inside.

During my senior year I joined the yearbook staff for my school and I loved writing articles for the different sections of the book. When I received my own copy at the end of the year, I was so happy to have participated in putting that book together for my last year of school.

When I went to college I took a course in Fashion Journalism which I thoroughly enjoyed. I attended a couple of fashion shows at The Apparel Mart in Atlanta and I was assigned to do the write ups for both shows. I let my imagination fly as I took in all of the designs that paraded in front of me. The more I wrote,I began to see how much I love it.

During those years family,friends and acquaintances  would encourage me by telling me I was a great writer. I dismissed what they said because I didn’t think much of my gifting since it has always come easy to me. When I met my husband,he would always tell me I had a gift and I tuned it out too.

I worked at a history museum during my last year of college and I remained employed there after graduation. Atlanta Heritage Row was a great place for me because I was able to use my artistic capabilities at work. I was the manager of the gift store and  I also was a bilingual tour guide. During those years I met and made friends with some truly wonderful people! My boss, Lillian Gantsoudes,the museum director encouraged me so much. She believed in me to the point where she asked me to design an exhibit using fresh flowers, that would represent our museum at the annual Atlanta Flower Show. I went for it and doing so I discovered my love for flowers!

Several years after I graduated from college ,with honors, I decided to start a family and that’s when I turned to journaling like never before. I have a full size file cabinet of journals from those years and I still add to my collection. Friends and family began telling me that I should write a book and I actually began to pay attention to what they were telling me.

I set out to write a book of poetry as my first endeavor;I figured since I had been writing poems for most of my life,then that was a good place to start. Due to my lack of computer skills back then,I put the project on the back burner because I lost my work on the computer several times. I saw that as a sign to step back for a while. I also had 4 children under the age of 5 at that time so I didn’t think it was the time to work on a book.

In October of 2007 I went to a meeting where a great man of God named Lance Wallnau spoke to me. In just a few seconds he spoke to me words that turned my life around forever; just a few words of encouragement from this man were all I needed to begin my book. I came home that night and I remember making a bold declaration to myself and in front of my family; I would begin the book I was meant to write and off I went!

I will sign off for now and later I will continue to share more on the journey I took as I worked on As Clear as Claire Gets, A Conversation with the Past.

Eva     

 

245 thoughts on “About Eva’s Passions

  1. Eva,
    Thanks for your kind comments on my blog. Also, I am happy to see that you support homeschooling. Coincidentally, my wife, Valerie, is about to put out her own blog about home education. We have been have been homeschooling for over 10 years.

    God bless!

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  2. “Eva,”? The name does not sound familiar, however I’m assuming that this is maybe a middle name for you Clara? I really learned a lot about you by reading this blog, very interesting lady you are with an awesome gift to write and to be able to teach your children at home. I truly applaud you for that and would love to speak with you more on this subject. So I’m excited for you about your book and please keep me informed on how it’s developing. By the way, I simply adore you children. As a youth leader, it’s a blessing to see our youth with the desire to see God move as they pray humbly yet boldly before his throne! Well, God bless you and I’m not use to how blogs work, but if I keep getting posts to remind me that I have a new one, then I’ll know to read it. Love you sister.

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    1. Hi Urania! Thanks so much for your kind words 🙂 Eva is my pen name. My first book was a labor of love and a legacy to leave to my kids. I also wrote it as a personal healing and in the hopes that my story would help others that have experienced similar things I have. I will definitely let you know when I post new things on here 🙂 I’m so glad we are getting to know each other too. I have a heart for the youth as well and I know God has something big planned for this generation coming up. Your family is beautiful as well and talented too..I LOVE the way you play drums!! One more thing, if you can, please suggest my blog to others, I’d really appreciate that! Chao for now 🙂

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  3. So nice to meet another homeschooling mom! Even though our homeschool years are finished (our daughter is now a senior in college) I still consider myself a passionate homeschooler. It was the best decision we ever made–for our daughter and for us as a family. Thank you for subscribing to my blog. Going to have to do some reading on yours and catch up!

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    1. I agree. This was a huge career decision for me years ago and I have never looked back and said, geez I miss my old job. God has also blessed my husband tremendously with a good paying job so I can stay home and teach our kids. Thanks fo visiting and commenting 🙂

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    ~Linda

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    1. :,) Thank you so much Java Girl! I am truly humbled by your comment and I receive it. Comments from my readers such as this, inspire me to keep plugging along to do something I love because it’s what I know I was born for. God Bless you 🙂

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  43. I am just getting started on the Internet. I am retired now. I can see that there is a rich diversity in the blogs I am reading and I am trying to leave some comment whereever I visit. I think I really appreciate the basics of what you have here in this blog. Well you know I have my own blog and website now. It is fun, to be sure. I put my site and email in the allocated spaces. It seems to be customary to include these so I hope that its ok with you. TheVeryBest2You 13 12

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  44. Wonderful about page. I loved the story about your dad! And what a nice looking man. And congratulations on both your books! And how wonderful that those teachers encouraged you! I think we all tend to think that if it comes easy to us it’s not big whoop. But I’m so glad you are taking your writing seriously! I love a story with a happy ending, what can I say! 😀

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    1. Thank you so much Linda! Your words made my day 🙂 I didn’t have the chance to know my father; I’m told I get my gift of story telling from him, so that’s how I keep him alive in my heart, by telling stories 🙂

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    1. Thank you David! I grew up on 3 continents: South America, Europe and North America. Being a kid I absorbed so much and now those cultures are shaping my writing. Salsa!The Taste of Life is my new book due out soon and it’s a volume of short stories and poems that depict a lot of the sights, smells and sounds that surrounded my childhood years. I welcome your positive feedback 🙂

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  45. Thank you Eva for joining up with us I will look forward to sharing with you,. I will also enjoy reading your poetry which often reflects a deeper insight to our mind or heart focus. I enjoyed your daughters Lyrical Dance, her expression in movement is very good

    Christian Love from us both – Anne

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  46. Hi Eva,
    It is an honor to have you follow my blog. What a wonderful writer you are…what an interesting life you live….I am glad you found me (however that was) cause now I’ve found you and your very interesting site. I look forward to your writing. My best to you and yours!

    tom
    The Poet’s Crafts

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  47. Hi Eva,
    Thanks for checking out my site and for the follow. I enjoyed reading your blog and look forward to reading your blogs! Thats great that you have had so many people to encourage you to write!
    I love to read and blog though my love for reading started 6 years ago at 30. I before that I hated to read probably since high school. I became a Christian at 30 and The Bible was the book to get me reading again! Next to that was the Harry Potter series lol! I’ve only been blogging for a few months and do enjoy it.
    I find it hard sometimes to blog everyday and posting my favorite Bible verses at least gives me something to share when I have nothing to blog about! Its great to meet you thanks again!
    Cheers!
    James

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    1. Thank you James! I believe God is bringing His people together like never before and He is using the internet to do so. I love blogging because I use it as a whetting stone of sorts on which to sharpen my appetite for my writing. Keep up the good work and don’t quit no matter what. You never know who you may impact just because you simply obeyed. The key to good writing is: READ EVERYTHING. I learned that from a quote by William Faulkner. Have a nice night 🙂

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  48. I am always amazed how writers find one another! Thank you for visiting and now following my blog. I look forward to learning more about you… in your words and art. Peace…

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  50. I was so excited to read that you homeschool! I was homeschooled myself and my husband was also homeschooled. We plan to homeschool our own children until highschool (this was the point where our parents entered us into the public education system). We found that going to highschool was beneficial to us because it taught us how non-homeschooled people were taught, enabled us to build social relationships, and helped to prepare us for post-secondary school. Because we were homeschooled we knew how to teach ourselves from a book as well as how to follow direction from a teacher. This gives us an edge in post-secondary school where teachers don’t spoon-feed the information to the students. I can’t wait to see how you teach your children!

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  51. Eva –
    thanks for liking my Pinky Poo and also bringing me to your site. What a wonderful, interesting writer you are. I look forward to following your blog. My best to you and those you love….tom at The Poet’s Crafts

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Tom! I really appreciate your comment! Have a great day and don’t forget to give my contest a try. Be the first person to answer the question correctly and you could win a FREE copy of my new book, Salsa! The Taste of Life.

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  52. Interesting reading your blog. Really interesting.
    It must be quite a challenge homeschooling. At what stage do you let them go out to formal schools?
    I can’t begin to mention the things I have enjoyed reading about from this page, but I’m interested enough to decide to follow your blog.
    Oh! And thanks for following mine.

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    1. Thanks! I have an 18 year old who just finished home schooling and now she’s working in a job she thoroughly enjoys. My 2nd child finishes this year and after that I have a couple more. We decided to keep them home all the way through. We were continuously critiqued and questioned by some well meaning and some not well meaning people regarding their diplomas and or GED. How are your kids going to get a job without a high school diploma or GED? Well, I have 2 daughters who are currently working and neither have either a diploma or a GED. Their schooling at home prepared them for the work force and that is all the proof they need. My oldest daughter is an assistant manager where she works and my 2nd daughter is the top selling sales associate at her job. Need I say more? 🙂

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      1. Well, I am not against homeschooling as such. But, how sure were you none of your kids would end up a doctor or lawyer?
        I know there are risks to letting the child mix with kids from other school, but life’s lessons are also learnt.
        Now, indeed some methods work well for some people, that still brings back the question of how sure you were you could apply this same principle to ALL of them?
        Maybe I should start with: Why exactly did you choose homeschooling?

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      2. The beauty of home education is that the parents can tailor it to the needs of their children. Being the parent/teacher, you know your child like no one else. I knew early on that my home is filled with creative/artistic minds. Therefore I was able to tailor their education in that direction. I share my experiences as a homeschooler based on what I have lived and learned throughout this enriching and empowering journey. My main reason for choosing this way of life was because where I live, the schools rank among the worst in our country; I wanted my kids to have a better education than what this state offers in the public school system.

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  53. Best of luck with your new book! I first started dancing to salsa at the “Gran Leon” a wonderful old club in Mexico City. Now I dance in the kitchen with my kids. I admire your choice to homeschool four!
    Thanks for following my blog. I will visit here again.
    All best– D. (from HomenDunRoamin)

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  59. Home schooling, an interesting thought compared to what had happen in my early childhood life. O-Yes thank you for the follow

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  67. After scrolling down for three days, I finally hit the Leave a Reply box! Whew! I think I sprained my finger!

    Thanks for visiting my online writing studio, Eva, and for choosing to follow my work. I am honored.

    — SM

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