It’s Sunday and time for Sunday Spotlight. Each Sunday we will spotlight a published contributor from our list. The idea is to reintroduce these wonderful and talented writers/authors to our audience, especially new followers that may not have noticed their writings here on the site, and to give them a boost in exposure.
Brigid P. Gallagher
Brigid P. Gallagher aspired to become a doctor but God had other plans!
In 1986, she embarked on a series of studies to become one of the first natural medicine practitioners in Scotland. She eventually became a tutor for a number of community projects, a women’s prison, and the Open Studies and Summer Schools of Stirling University from 1993 to 1999.
In 1999, she relocated to Donegal, Ireland – the home of her ancestors. Four years later she succumbed to a mystery illness which was eventually diagnosed as fibromyalgia.
Stopping the World forced Brigid to reassess her life, and creative writing became a significant part of her healing process.
She retrained in organic horticulture and taught this subject in schools until 2016.
Watching the Daisies – Life Lessons on the Importance of Slow was written to inspire others on their self-healing journey.
Brigid blogs at https://watchingthedaisies.com
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