No News is Good News…

 

ToDance_CVR_3D-300… Unless of course your goal is to keep people updated with the goings on after a book publication. Well, you know how we artsy types are. Let’s see, a little scattered? a tad flighty? somewhat distracted? … no, let’s just call it focused, why don’t we.   This thing we call life can certainly keep you busy,right?!?

Have to say though, that most of what is going on is good and positive…exciting projects, positive strides and enjoyment of life fill our days. Living the dream, she said non-sarcastically.

In regard to the book, To Dance in the Rain – A Mother and Daughter’s Journey of Hope and Healing, sales are moving along steadily on a post publication year plateau. The book continues to be available in 6 bookstores, 5 in CT and one in VT. I could definitely get a little more on the stick with continuing to promote the book, I admit, but once again refer you back to line two of paragraph one.

Available in :

The Hickory Stick Bookshop  – 2 Green Hill Rd. Washington, CT  860-868-0525

Middlebury Consignment – 1365 Whittemore Rd. Middlebury, CT 06762

The Marion Shop at St. Mary’s Hospital – 56 Franklin St. Waterbury, CT

Mercy Center Gift Shop in Madison CT

Proclaim His Name Bookstore – 615 Highland Ave. Waterbury CT 203-573-1773

The Northshire Bookstore in Manchester VT,

Alicia was the focus of a GoFundMe effort some months back. With the monies raised we have purchased a porch full of equipment designed for strength building and more specifically balance training exercise. There is enough remaining in the fund for us to use for a PT evaluation and further recommendations.

Alicia is at this point working out 3-4 times a week. She remains determined and diligently so, to be more mobile. (and please don’t ask how driving lessons are going) She is working hard and I believe her mood is elevated not only by the physical activity but the dreams that hope brings alive. She has recently stepped the pace up and applied for multiple jobs. She had for a couple of years been hanging low in her search for employment opportunities.

images (9)Alicia has a degree in rehabilitation services, which puts her in a good place to pursue an entry level social services position. Her being wheelchair bound has diminished some of her job possibilities, though, as more than a few places that she had applied to have not been wheelchair accessible.

We would appreciate any of you keeping and eye open for us in this regard. No reasonable offers would go unconsidered. Alicia may not be able to walk, but this girl can dance : )

Please don’t forget To Dance in the Rain – A Mother and Daughter’s Journey of Hope and Healing as you prepare gift lists for Christmas, birthdays etc. Inspiration has no expiration date.

 

 

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