5 years of my labor of love have culminated in the release of my first novel. The book centers around the journey of a young woman improving her self esteem and finding the love of her life.
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Hi, my name is Raquel Whiting Gilmer and I am a wife, daughter, aspiring mother (I don’t have any kids yet but I want them.), sister, friend, small group leader, lawyer, entrepreneur, confidant, advisor, blogger, twitter attempter, soon to be published author, and accepter of crumbs.
What's an "acceptor" of crumbs, well, really a recovering "crumbs accepter"?Click "Read More" for the answer to that and my story! Read more
This is my blog to share with you my varied interests and hopefully hear your experiences with them. I hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy sharing.Read more
I have a friend, Peter Dernbach, whom I love dearly. He is actually one of my best friends, and he is one of the best people I know. He always has such a good attitude even when things aren’t going well. I asked him once how he does it, and he shared that he tries to do his best every day.
He and his friends have started a project called Gratitude Elephants. Click "Read More" below to read about how his project is making this world a better place!
I have always loved knowing the backstory of books, movies, and even people’s behavior, so I decided to do a Behind the Pages of Crumbs Aren’t Enough to give you the backstory on my passion project that took close to six years to complete.
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“When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.” Lao Tzu
“At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” Lao Tzu
"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage." Lao Tzu
"Eventually all things fall into place. Until then, laugh at the confusion, live for the moments, and know everything happens for a reason." Albert Schweitzer