After retiring from a ballet career, Jacqueline Wilson became an assistant pre-school teacher and bachelor student of English Literature at Houston Community College. At Houston Community College she was nominated “Student of the Year” and received the creative writing “Voices Without Boarders” award. Upon graduating from HCC, Jacqueline continued her studies in English Literature at the University of Houston-Downtown, where she received first place in an essay contest for her writing on George Herbert’s “Easter Wings” and graduated Magna Cum Laude. While working on her bachelor’s degree in English Literature Jacqueline frequently guest wrote for Red Letter News Blogs and created a blog of her own titled, Beneath the Dogwood Tree. She has recently been accepted in Houston Baptist’s University’s Cultural Apologetics program and began classes in Spring 2022. She is currently working on receiving her teaching certification with Texas Teachers of Tomorrow and hopes to one day teach middle school or high school English.
In most western cultures, people imagine dragons to be evil, demon-like make-believe beasts, living in dark, dangerous places. They think of large, muscular, flying, fire-breathing creatures with colorful, glittering scales […]