Saturday, February 09, 2008

PBS African American Lives

What would I do without public television? The show about the histories of famous African-American people gets better and better with each segment!

Learning something about each personal heritage, and such a rich poignient heritage these famous people have, seems to give hope as well as perspective and even a little more humility than before. Sharing in this unfolding of facts and the heart felt reaction to this is indeed edifying. WTG pbs!

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What's the story?

During the past 46 years, I've lived in Connecticut. I've traveled up and around the U.S. and to Puerto Rico, and loved every minute. I've had 4 children who are now fantastically talented adult artists and comedians. I've been married and then divorced and then engaged and then single and finally *big sigh* content. I've grown into a darn good nurse, cook, seamstress, and Mom.

Maybe one of these days I'll get this 'writing' thing down, too.

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