I was born and raised in a typical small New England mill town called Baltic, Connecticut at the end of the Depression years.
In 1972 at the age of 35 years, I desired a warmer climate. With just my personal belongings packed into my trusty steed, a 1970 Ford Galaxie 500, I left Connecticut and traveled 3,600 miles to sunny Southern California. In Long Beach, I did find the climate I was searching for. So with my experience and my California nurse's license, I was hired at the Long Beach Community Hospital, Intensive Coronary Care Unit, working there for seven years. While working full time, I attended Long Beach City College graduating in 1977.
I moved to Vancouver, Washington in 1979 to present date to retirement, but not tired. To me retirement means, "I can do anything I darn well please!
This book is about my eye opener to life. It is a journey that took me from Severe Clinical Depression into intense journaling, which gave to me so much insight and awareness of the presence of God.
As a result of my journaling, I applied it to many issues in medicine, politics, spiritual and controversial situations. I was pleased to see almost all my many articles published in the local news media.
My collection in this book includes; the beginning with the 23rd Psalm, the reader's views published, and volunteerism with reporting and publishing about the agencies and organization. I included a few of the controversial incidences that I researched to debate and make my comments about.
God did promise that He came to give us life and that we may have it more abundantly.
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