Road tripping in her six-speed MINI Cooper, dancing The Hustle in her class for homeless men, and tripping around her beloved Washington, DC on “tourist patrol,” Cary lives some wild stories. And she loves to share them by every means possible, believing that few people are argued into a new way of seeing things, whereas many are affected by being “storied in.” Burning Down the Fireproof Hotel is part spiritual memoir, part manifesto for living what Cary calls the “spacious life.” She has been published in The Washington Post, Sojourners, and many other locations. Cary speaks, preaches and teaches to small and large groups. Offering a vision of hope and of “more” (of God, of love, of life), Cary communicates with energy, attunement to her audience, and a dose of quirkiness. Connect with her social media at Facebook.com/caryumhauwriterspeaker/, Instagram @caryum, Twitter @caryumhau or her website.