Every night she collapsed exhausted on the plush mattress of the king-sized bed. It was in the moments before sleep claimed her body, that her exhausted mind would inevitably drift to the empty space next to her. It was only in the darkness that she was forced to think of his abandon. In the harsh reality of day, she was able to forget his parting words. In the shadows of the room they once shared, it was impossible to escape the emptiness he had carved in her soul.
Born and raised in Mexico City, Elizabeth Viernes believes in the power of the human spirit. After studying Political Science at Emmanuel College and International Relations at Boston University, she found her passion in education and is now a high school teacher. Her studies continued and is now an MA student at Southern New Hampshire University. Elizabeth presently lives with her husband and daughter in Mexico City. Two French Bulldogs and a cat round out her household.