chance to talk about me
.my favorite subject
(so, enough about me.what do you think about me!?) If
it were not for my sense of humor, I would be drooling in a corner
was born in Old Town, Maine
..Maine is the most exquisite
place on the planet. I was born with a love of music and ballet.
**Grew up really poor; no father around, no phone, bathtub, refrigerator,
car, etcwhen my book is published, you can read about it!
youd like to get a sense of what Maniacs are
like, go into www.exiles.com
. I am now in exile in
the army right out of high school, from a little town in Maine,
to San Francisco
major culture shock.
written my memoirs, encouraged by two English professors, who
read my stories of my adventures in the WAC---Womens Army
Corps. The Title: **
Ghost Child to Triumph
Ghost Childmeaning a child who
was never heard
.but I have been standing up, and talking
back for quite awhile!
I am in the process of attempting
to get my story published. Someone asked me if I was making
it up. My response was, not only am I not making it
up, I left the really bad stuff out. My intent was to write
about what I have overcome, and not the abuse I have experienced
since childhood. A (published) author who read it, exclaimed that
she was captivated and that it was refreshing,
so honest, and my sense of humor shone throughout.
This is my shameless ploy to advertise!
is my intent to live a life of integrity. One of my favorite sayings:
I am more impressed by what someone has overcome, than by
what they have accomplished, is one I relate to. Another
is: Once I thought I made a mistake, but I was wrong!
3rd grade teacher, who is now 91 years old, coined the term fairy-child
when speaking of how she remembered me. She gave me such a beautiful
treasure with that statement, and I have kept it in my heart,
ever since. My sister made the card above. She is a treasure,