Hello! My name is Jaimie.
I grew up all over God’s green earth thanks to my father and the United States Air Force. Living and traveling across the United States and Europe allowed me to see the importance of all cultures and how Mother Teresa had the right idea: “If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.”
I am a proud mom to a beautiful green-eyed boy and a beautiful brown-eyed little girl. I am a published poet/author and co-own a coffeeshop in the heart of Central Georgia. I am an alum of Troy University with degrees in English Literature and Psychology. I love Alabama Football, USA Soccer, Orlando Pride soccer, and all things Disney.
Thanks for taking the time to catch a glimpse of my heart!
Jaimie E. Miller is an author of the poetry collection The Poet’s Gift, as well as her latest project Don’t Forget You Love Me. Jaimie is also the co-founder of It Takes a Village—a non-profit organization that raises money and completes projects for the central Georgia community.
Jaimie’s work has been featured in various poetry collections throughout the years, as well as local newspapers, journals, and websites. Jaimie lives in Georgia with her family.