Claire, once lacking in self-esteem and no confidence to speak of, now leaves fear in the dust and looks forward to the future. She hopes that what she has learned along the way will be a blessing to others.
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When Helen Keller broke down barriers, they stayed down. She not only showed up the able bodied world, but she gave hope to other disabled folks by her example. Published 1:28 p.m. March 25, 2012 - Comments
Claire has held a Texas Cosmetology License, Certification in Surgical Technology and has decorated cakes professionally. She believes that life is a banquet to be experienced and wants to learn and do as much as possible while she’s here ...Read More
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Claire has held a Texas Cosmetology License, Certification in Surgical Technology and has decorated cakes professionally. She believes that life is a banquet to be experienced and wants to learn and do as much as possible while she’s here. This Stay @ Home Mom has always loved to write and thanks to the Communities @ The Washington Times has got her chance. Her curiosity and writing lead her to create her column based on “garbage in garbage out” theory to provide interesting and thought provoking pieces that enrich her readers. A proud member and Treasurer for the Greater Fort Worth Writer’s Group she is currently working on her first novel.