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Bio: Ahhhh! I keep forgetting that my WordPress account was stolen a few months back and my previous bio stolen as well. The truth is, I originally started blogging in order to keep myself writing. As you can tell I've not done much in the last few years. I am a wanna be screenwriter. I would like to one day write a phenomenal screenplay, followed by many more. I've had a traumatic past, but I've never let those experiences take the smile off my face or tire me from being a genuinely kind, loving and forgiving person. I am a survivor. I hope that all, what I hold as truths, will be revealed in my writings. Enjoy!

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  1. Cool. Happy to see you here. “Find the things you enjoy doing and live a life that shows it.” I read that somewhere and made it my lifes principle. And I realized it is true that as long as we keep seeking there new worlds to be found. Stay around.

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  2. Oh yes, you bet that life starts after 50! We do have a couple thing in common… arline? (not the pilot husband)… traveling around and enjoying it too much… movies and chasing dreams? Yeah, guess that’s the most appelling. Myself I had a terrible adventure with a screenwriter, that’s the reason why I will try hard to do the job myself, unless I find a real special person beliving in a better word. I have quite few friends in the film industry (all great as much they are crazy)…
    I like your bio and the last post (about your life). Keep cool, and forget about Mr. K
    in life you meet people, sometimes just for few hours, or days, or weeks… when they are gone, means they gave you what you needet to get and vice-versa
    Look ahead and enjoy life! See you around :-)claudine

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    1. Oh yes, Mr. K and I will remain friends and friends only. He did give me what I needed at the time.
      Are you producing film? I love the people that touch me for a few hours or a few days. They all leave their mark as I do mine on them. Thank you for your comments! Look forward to hearing from you again.

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  3. Lovely bio, well written and you do not look your age one bit! I guess life really began for me at 50 also-I’m 55 now and still, while I enjoy my writing, I haven’t made a dime yet, but I’m not giving up either. I never thought of screenplays, I’m not that good a storyteller yet, but originally wanted to be a copywriter. I don’t know about that either, as I enjoy creative writing more. That’s why I blog and write on Medium. However, my goal is also to help people while also helping myself, so I hope to someday have a better blog that makes money and gives people something they need and also I hope to be published in some magazines (and paid for it) with my articles on alternative health. Don’t give up, and I will also pray for your son. I appreciate prayers for mine as well. All three, if you don’t mind.😉

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  4. Absolutely! Thank you for much for stopping by, I hope I will get to see more of you!! We all have dreams. That picture is two years old now and in the last few days I fear I’ve aged 10 just from worry. Isn’t that how it goes? My eldest child will be 50 this year and just starting nursing school after to two years of college. So, it’s never too late.


  5. Hey! I just read your latest post ‘A Heart Broken’ and couldn’t find a place to comment so I’m doing it here. You’re such an inspiration, honestly reading your story gives me courage. Thank you for sharing your story. I have been so lost as to what to do with my life and I am looking into screenwriting. Your posts are such a help. Have a great day.

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  6. What are our lives worth, if we lose sight of our dreams…
    I read your comment on Kate’s blog, Meet the Bloggers. I could say that if I had my life to live again I’d do it differently, but it’s unlikely, as I’d have forgotten all of the mistakes I’d made.
    You ask what happened to my parents; at 78, my father decided her didn’t want to face another winter, so he brought a massive heart attack on himself, and died. My mum died as she lived, peacefully at the age of 89. She fell asleep at home one night and didn’t wake up in the morning. It turned out she’d omitted to mention a heart complaint that should have killed her years before. She was found with a gentle smile on her face.
    How did we both suddenly get to be the matriarchs? They told me life was short, but \i didn’t believe them…

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    1. Oh, thank you! Yes, it has been a trial but I strong survival instincts and I think its that uncanny ability to bounce back that has protected me. Plus all those siblings that needed me, how could I not be strong?

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      1. There are those who turn their faces to the wall and say they can’t cope. I guess you were strong because your conscience told you to be – because that’s who you are.
        Once when I was having a tough time, my mum told me I was strong. I didn’t get how she could say that – if I was hurting so much, surely that made me weak. I get it now. Pain is not proof of weakness, but the ability to get up every time you’re knocked down is proof of strength, and it seems to me that every punch is a little harder than the last, and each time you get up a little quicker. You do it because you know you have to keep going for the sake of your family, even when you feel like dying.
        And every time you look at your children and grandchildren you know it was worth it.

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