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HANG ON – PART 1

It feels so dark; the sky is gray
Nothing to live for, you cannot pray
You have no hope; is this the end?
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MY STORY

I am sharing my story because I want to inspire other people to know happiness is truly possible, despite grief and challenges in life. I realize that I was blessed with the wonderful outlets of writing, art, and music. My wish is that every human can find something in their life that brings them joy! Continue reading

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BY GEORGE, SHE’S GOT IT!

When I found the ad at the bottom of my drawer, I was thrilled. I called George and set up an appointment. I described myself as a music lover from the 70’s. I used Carol King, as an example. She wrote songs, and she didn’t have a “killer voice.” I told him, “It’s not too late, baby!”
I was talking about myself. I am hoping there’s still a chance for a 50-year-old woman like me to succeed!
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