Joined 9 years ago from North Richland Hills, Texas
As a young child I was quite imaginative and quite a talker. Around the age of 8 years old I developed the knickname of "Lucy" from my Grandfather. He always said I reminded him of the Peanuts Character Lucy who always gave advice. I would spend hours listening to my family and my friends go on about their lives and then I would offer them advice. I wanted to be a famous writer when I was a child. I love books.....My father and my grandfather worked with me at a very young age encouraging me to read everything!!! I wanted to write fiction, non-fiction, romance....I wanted to write it all. Throughout school I joined creative writing and submited my early poems and short stories to contests. My grandfather would encourage me to write...he would read whatever I wrote and critique me and then give me the support to keep on going. Years later when I reached my twenties I focused on learning how to be a young wife and a mother and I lost sight of my writing. After my first marriage failed...I focused on motherhood and my career....when my career failed.....I focused more on motherhood. In my late 20's I remarried to a wonderful man, who after 19 years has stood by myside through thick and thin. I have tried over the years to sit down and write...but when you are a wife and a mother working 9 to 5 there isn't a lot of time for focus. As I turned 40, I realized I was now in a sales position with a company that afforded me the time to sit and focus on my writing. And so now continues a journey I started long ago.....a way to let my creativity expand which hopefully I can grow to success.
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Music can move you like nothing else. Some songs stay with you forever.
17 months ago
Love is timeless. It is unconditional. It can get you through hard times and it can take your breath away. Love can break your heart. Love is everything.
18 months ago
Review of an early 90's collaboration between Michael Jackson and Eddie Murphy.
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