Joined 2 years ago from Arkansas
Hollie Yang is the author of "Land of Pixie Dust", a poetic children's book filled with magical creatures. She’s the wife of a Hmong man, the mother of two young children (one of which was born at-home) and a chiweenies (her name is Button). She’s also been an Irish dancer, a singer in her church's praise and worship group, a song writer, a banker, a CNA, a ukulele player, a Sunday School teacher, furniture maker and a house builder. This pistol carrying momma lives in the Arkansas boondocks, surrounded by a cozy Grove of pine trees and overgrown thickets, where her and her husband hunt often. Hollie loves to learn of ways to stay healthy, live a simpler life and sharing the knowledge with friends and family.
2 years ago
5 reasons why I had my baby at home and LOVED IT! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!
2 years ago
One days things will be different. Don't take this time for granted. You will miss this.
2 years ago
The beginning of an ongoing story I will be working on for the next few months, which I hope to eventually get published. I would love any type of feedback on this.
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