About Me: Female, 37, Lafayette, LA, member since Aug 2012
I am a 34 year old college student and I am a Sophomore. I waited 15 years to go back. I have LOTS of life experiences to write dozen novels. I lost a husband and miscarried twins before I was 25. I was married 2 other times which didn't work out (putting it nicely)
[More]. I had a hysterectomy in 2009 so children will have to come from adoption. I love working with children and I am an author. I have several books published.
Just a quick note to say hi! I hope you are doing better...I just found this site and to me it sounds like you are isolated and need a friend to vent to or just talk to...I'm on here if you want to talk...I pray that you get better, I know how you feel when your body betrays you. God bless you!
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