For the third night in a row, I awake in a tangled mess of sweat and sheets, my sea-blue bedding clutching me like Saran wrap. Flashes of the farm, which my grandparents once owned on the outskirts of San Antonio, return like lightning bolts, but I know its rolling hills are now home to mcmansions and other superfluous, man-made things
MILLIE KERR is a journalist, wildlife conservationist, and former attorney. A Texas native, Millie moves often but is currently in England pursuing a master’s in conservation leadership from the University of Cambridge. Although Millie primarily writes about travel and wildlife conservation issues, she’s a generalist with published work ranging from satirical essays to reported pieces on environmental and cultural developments.