Let me introduce myself. [I wish other network marketers would do this.]I canít buy anything safely on the Internet because I do not know whom
to trust. I can not judge a person because he/she uses some big words and fancy images. I donít believe the big words and fancy images sell
anything. Trust me, the scroll bar on my computer works very well to enable me to scroll down to find out how much he/she expects to dupe
me into purchasing.
I have a reason for using him/her. Donít pursue false claims. It isnít just men who do it. The reason I tell you donít pursue false claims, I wonít issue false claims. What you see is what you get from me. Iíll offer you items I hope you purchase, but I wonít use big words and fancy images because I keep an open email
[firstname.lastname@example.org] and if you
have a question, Iíll expect you to use my email. I hope youíll be patient with me. I read, and answer, my own email. The first chore as
soon as I open my computer is delete my junk mail, then I read, and
answer, my email, so be patient with me.
Now that is out of the way, Iíll tell you about me.
I am a 77 year old handicap [wheelchair dependent] female. I have been married twice to very loving men who preceded me in death. I have no children but my caregiver, whom I share my home with, has three sons and two grandsons who she lets me claim.
I have been a writer [ 2 published books ĎCherish the Pastí and ĎWinds of Changeí] and numerous newsletters, most of which can be found on www.faithwriter.com. I have also worked at two different newspapers, managed 2 pizza shops which my first husband and I owned and
that kept me busy 20+ years.
I am a Protestant and Iím a Republican, neither of which I write about, but thatís part of me. My hobbies are writing, reading and making friends.
I donít answer my phone because of crank calls, but Linda, my caregiver, does when sheís home. Speaking and thinking about emails there are two things I forgot to tell you. If you send
me an email put Ďpersonal for Fredaí in the subject. Iíll be sure to not delete it. Another thing, if you want my phone number just
ask for it in your email. Itís not unlisted.
Remember, God loves you and so do I.
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