A Spacious Reclaiming of Life
By Andrea Pardue
After the death of my mother, I started to take stock of my life. I was in midlife and it had been a hard, traumatic road. This is my story of finding hope and myself in the tiny green of a sprout, the soaring austere of an eagle, color dripping from a paintbrush, and the possibility of a loving Creator. This is a journey into my willfulness to embrace life at its essence and feel very much on purpose in this world.
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About the Author
Andrea Pardue is a simple soul who has meekly braved each step of her life’s joys and hardships. She discovered the expressive arts as therapy in her darkest moment, studied her guts and soul out to find her way to a liberating, feral freedom to participate in life again. This is her first book. She lives with her husband and three boys in Texas. A piece of her heart remains on Whidbey Island. She leads small groups in expressive arts and loves to hear the soul stories of others. You can contact her at email@example.com.
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