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  • By Howard Garner on April 21, 2013

    From child hood to adult hood and the challenge of working in a 'male' profession. Even with a dis functional family the author manages to survive. Having visited many of here locations, they are spot on.A very good read!!

  • By shawn newhall on January 18, 2017

    Enjoyed the story very much!

  • By anonymous too on April 4, 2013

    The author is only a few years older then me so our childhood adventures were similar--same daredevil antics, just different locations. I chucked at some, thinking, "Yup, been there, done that . . ." I empathized with other parallel situations occurring later. Ms Stanley-Beal's antidotes of life and living were realistic and insightful; her courage and tenacity admirable. The book was well-written with precise verbiage, and I think her story would be inspirational to all women readers

  • By KRG on May 1, 2013

    This is a wonderfully written story of how the author's life was changed by the circumstances in her life but was ultimately Charged by the Author of Life. It is very easy to see how God was active in her life even when she wasn't aware of it. Pat writes in a very clear, concise and often entertaining style. Pat explains how her career was established but also tells the reader of many other things she has learned in her life. I have passed my copy on to others to enjoy. But please buy our own copy!


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