Jeniffer Stapher-Thomas and I first crossed paths when I was working as a Registered Nurse in El Paso, TX. Right away I felt a connection with Jeniffer and as our conversation evolved I noticed that Jeniffer lived on the positive side of life.
As we discussed Art, helping people and caring for people, I realized Jeniffer left a nicer world in her wake than she had found. I saw the traditional roles and boundaries of Artist/Teacher/Business person did not apply to Jeniffer. She knew the only thing that could stop her was her herself and she had not intentions of stopping.See MoreRead Less"