[PDF] Smile Anyway By Richelle E. Goodrich

  • Paperback
  • 154
  • Smile Anyway
  • Richelle E. Goodrich
  • English
  • 15 May 2019
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Smile Anyway

Me awhile my friend you in my shoes I in yours and then let us talk” “How often it is we set ourselves in the high seat judging others not having read their book but merely having glimpsed the cover” This book was written to inspire and motivate individuals on a daily basis; it includes a uote for leap year. a simple feel good uote of the moment book

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O don't wish to sleep for fear of nightmares Sadly there are many who don't wish to wake for the same fear” “Gratitude doesn't change the scenery It merely washes clean the glass you look through so you can clearly see the colors” “Just pick a goal and stick to it―no big complicated secret”“Walk with. Some profound some less so but all worth a look thus the 365 collected sayingsuotes from previous booksmusings are good clean fun and

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Smile Anyway is a collection of original uotes verse and grumblings written by American author and novelist Richelle E Goodrich The book includes a profound thought for every day of the year plus three bonus uotes including the popular following Anyone who takes the time to be kind is beautiful“There are many wh. I love your books just saw you

About the Author: Richelle E. Goodrich

was born in Odgen Utah in 1968 and spent the next couple of years growing up in my mother’s care helped by her family while my father served as an Army Sergeant in the Vietnam War Luckily he returned home safely and I made the adjustment to having a permanent dad in the house My brother was born shortly afterwards and all four of us moved to Washington State where my parents discovered that not every inch of the so called Evergreen State is actually green In truth a large portion mimics the desert—which is where we set down roots My parents completed their family with two additional daughters that resulted in three girls to one boy a circumstance that made sibling rivalry uneual and often unfair My brother ended out with his own room while I shared a room with my two sisters—an already small area that was divided with masking tape into personal corners You can imagine the childish fuss that was made when someone had to step across a dividing line to enter the only closet or to make a run for the bathroom I was very blessed to have a mother who was willing to enroll me in ballet tap dance gymnastics girl scouts piano lessons as well as a short bout with the viola and the guitar She faithfully drove me from school to lessons to home for years Any artistic talent I have is owed to my parents My dad sketched cartoon characters for me and my siblings when we were children while my mom created beautiful oil paintings Their examples inspired me to pursue art in both high school and collegeAfter growing up in a small desert town I graduated from the local high school with honors From there I worked my way through college at Eastern Washington University where I received two bachelor’s degrees one a BA in Liberal Studies and the other a BAEd in MathNatural Sciences Education It wasn’t until I was older that I developed an interest in writing That in itself is a long curious story which you can read about on my author blog