I recently attended the International Symposium on Autoethnography and Narrative (virtually of course). It was an honor to have my proposal selected among the slate of presentations. (FSU art education doctoral student, Chris Omni, gave a wonderful presentation too!) My presentation was paired with presentations by scholars from and working with students from the U.S., England, Syria, Kazakhstan, and more. I learned so much from these other amazing presenters (Arta Sejdiu, Erjona Gashi, MJ Bendall, and Melissa Hauber-Özer.) Thank you to the International Association of Autoethnography and Narrative Inquiry for organizing the symposium and giving us a platform to share our work.