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Posts made in August, 2010

My Book

Posted by on Aug 18, 2010 in Book Updates, Fundraising Efforts | 1 comment

Today I am happy to announce that the third business making my book available is The Golden Feather, located in Hammonton NJ. It is located on the White Horse Pike (route 30) and is a wonderful place to find the most unusual things for your home or a gift. I now have three places that you can find my book. Salon Fabrojae hair salon in Vineland NJ. They are behind the counter so you have to ask them for the copy if you want to make a purchase. Then there is Sassy Sweets candy and gift shop in Hammonton NJ and now...

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Being Grateful

Posted by on Aug 16, 2010 in Fundraising Efforts, General | 0 comments

I spent the entire day on Saturday with good friends and lots of new faces. At the Ronald McDonald House “Touch a Truck” we had the most beautiful weather, pleasant people, and great fun. We met so many wonderful people, all families, who brought their young children to climb and touch any kind of truck you can imagine. Everyone was so happy especially the little ones climbing on the ATV and posing for pictures, which they happily smiled for. Parents were grateful to have their young-ins be permitted to just...

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Having Children

Posted by on Aug 11, 2010 in General, Keeping it Together | 0 comments

I am the last person to try to tell people what to do, but like everyone I do have an opinion. I just do not push people into the fact that they need to listen to it. There are times when I feel very strong about how I feel, probably like everyone else and this is one of those times. I feel like everything I have been through allows me to feel more logical sometimes since I have experienced more than most but that still does not make me always right. Today I was not feeling up to my usual 110% but still wanted to...

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Posted by on Aug 2, 2010 in General, Keeping it Together | 0 comments

Recently I have been thinking of that little girl that I wrote of in my book. That little girl if you do not know is me. I have had recent thoughts of how sorry I feel for that child, and that with a lot of determination, and hope, I turned out to be a healthy adult who loves life, and everything it has to offer. I remember the writing process and how difficult it was a times to come to terms with the fact that I was the child who was suffering. I have spent my entire life giving hope and inspiration to children...

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