Leader: Sandra Worthington
Minimum4, Maximum 12
Tell Me Who You Are invites participants to focus on what aspects of one’s life are the most important. Between classes, attendees will write either a personal statement or an obituary for themselves.
Perhaps traveling has made you open to different cultural ideas and practices. Being from a large family, or having one sibling, may impact you in a variety ofways. What events in your life continue to affect you, and how?
Reading excerpts about the people featured in the book Tell Me Who You Are, by Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi, will suggest what you may want to include in your personal statement, or in your obituary, whichwe will share.
Persons who attended the class when it was offered previously are welcome toparticipate again. If you are new to OUUC, you may find a connection to newfriends.
Sandra was a school teacher for 28 years in the Olympia School District, focusing on writingwith middle and high school students. She has a strong interest in psychology.