How does one find and achieve the American Dream jobless in a troubled economy in the state of recession? How does one remain in good character as a single parent, and find strength to move on? What does one do when ones patience is tried to the max? What does one do in the time of adversity? How does one in the mist of overall rejection discover identity and purpose? Come witness a familiar story, one of many of how a young woman in the mist of her journey through adversity meets her Maker; the Fire in the burning bush that is not consumed like with Moses, but discovers within herself. Come see how in the mist of the fire and the extra mile a miracle is performed; from a hopeless situation to a wonderland of favor. See how little can be worth so much. Just in case a reminder is needed; keep light, the fire within, and go the extra mile. Don’t give up, with God nothing is impossible.
This story was partly inspired by true stories from various individuals’ experiences. This story is dedicated to the college class of 2002.
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About the Author
Her first appearance on television was on a co-starring role in Donnie McClurkin's music video "Stand". She also co-starred in the gospel play "No Christ No Redemption" as Mary Madeline, and co-starred in the play "For Colored Girls" as Juanita Sims.
She is a positive community advocate for the youth in areas of education and the performing arts. She believes in empowering and exposing the youth to take advantage of opportunities that will display their natural talents and gifts. She is recognized by the Nashville urban community as one who exposed various youth dance teams to the producers of 106 in Park on BET; expanding the general audience from local to a National audience base. One of the dance groups that benefited from this opportunity was Hillsboro High School. Hillsboro High School was the first Halftimer dance group in the history of Nashville to receive this opportunity. All and all as the journey continues, this is just a taste of the good things ahead to come.