In our “Great Pause Revisited” series, we connect with fellow “Great Pause” author Mary Ann Waterman, who we were unable to connect with last summer. And boy, does she tell a fascinating story.

A Connecticut native, Mary Ann and her daughter live in Northern France where she works with children in the Montessori school system. She shares what it was like to go through the Covid-19 lockdown in Europe and how things were handled differently. She shares of how her work ended up changing during the shutdown, as well as how her relationships grew and flourished.

Mary Ann is an American expatriate in France, yet she speaks with an Irish accent. All during our conversation, I kept thinking “Didn’t Joni Mitchell write a song about her?”

This is an enlightening conversation with a fascinating woman, and I’m blessed to share it with you.

About Mary Ann:

I am a trained Montessori teacher with an M Ed and an MA in English Literature from Trinity College in Hartford CT. I currently reside in Metz, France with my boyfriend and daughter where I teach English, travel, and contemplate the wonders of life. – Mary Ann’s blog

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