About the Songs of Kat

Songs Of Kat goes beneath the typical description of what happened on a given day. There is no chronological order of the posts. Feel free to go post-hopping as you see fit.

Here you will find essays, prose poetry, poetry, photography, stories about parenting and family, musings about the Moon, a smattering of science, and right-brained or left-brained ramblings about the beauty of nature.  I reflect and distill thoughts and emotions, and make connections, and I express it all as beautifully as I can. Some of these ideas are well-digested and others are open questions in my mind. Replies and responses are appreciated.

Things to do at SongsOfKat (the scenic tour):

Learn more about my books:

* SMALL STONES FROM THE RIVER is tiny poems and meditations about love, forgiveness, unity, healing, happiness, nature, beauty, resilience, and renewal. The paperback version also makes a great journal.

* MOON FULL OF MOONS is a story in poetry about finding happiness after sadness.

Read poems published in literary journals and anthologies on the POEMS page.

Read prose entries on the BLOG AND BLOOMS page.

Read the popular BUTTERFLY post that explores the question “what does it mean when a butterfly lands on you?”


About me and my family (my “snapshot of now”) I’m a mama of two little ones: Sunboy (11-years old) and Flowergirl (7-years old). My children are incredible blessings in my life. My husband and I met on a job interview and been married since 2003. We have three cats and more than 50 orchids. I am a wheel-throwing potter, a hiker and a gardener. I hold a Ph.D. in biochemistry.

I am a survivor who is just beginning to tell her story. I have been many things. I’m sure you can say the same. I believe that we are all in the process of becoming and have a choice in what we become.

I can be found as ‘Songs Of Kat’ in the following places:

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2 thoughts on “About the Songs of Kat

  1. What a beautiful, sharing and sometimes sad person you are. Thank you for so eloquently voicing thoughts that many of us can not seem to find words for. God bless you and yours and keep you ever safe in His silver threads of love…


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