My Growth as a Blogger
by Penny Sherwood, Activist
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Blog Book #2 will be Blog's I have written in 2010. During this time, my performance has increased, my writing has improved and my computer skills have increased.

Challenging myself with obstacle's to overcome can sometimes be overwhelming but to no avail I was able to pull through and continue my Journey.

This will be my 2nd Book of Blogs that I would like to share of my Growth. I am happy and content with my results and editing because I wrote it. I am "Me"

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Created on: Sep-08-2011   Published on: Nov-26-2011
Format: 8.5"x11" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Blog Book    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 20 Pages
employment    facebook    gardening    internet    law    photography    travel    web    writing   
About Author
Penny D Sherwood
Joined: Feb-25-2011

As an Activist faced with multiple hidden challenges, I chose to advocate other's to become empowered, educated and encouraged to live independently. Choosing self-sufficiency to make decisions of their choice.

In my childhood years I was diagnosed with hearing challenges. Growing through years, at that time, were somewhat difficult, until I was introduced to entities assisting those with dis-Abilities. Later in life, in my child bearing years, a mental illness came to surface. I wasn't aware it can be hereditary

Through all these years experiencing hidden challenges, difficulties in employment, relationships, public, I finally found my niche that I feel comfortable and happy doing.

I have a long history of education, employment, and experience with challenges faced daily. I, now spread awareness and education online to others who at times find challenges in their daily lives.

Continuing with my mission, I hope to be a part of changes in a variety of laws pertaining to Person's with Challenges. I use a quote, that, I like to think, will bring all Person's with Challenges to live a better quality way of life. Even if we have to rally, protest, write letters, email, or even chain ourselves to doors of Congress for Equality.

"Together We Can and Together We Will"