Unforgettable Moments

Unforgettable Moments

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One hundred twenty-three people were asked, "What is a moment in your life you will never forget for as long as you live?" The answers varied from happy, sad, inspirational, vacations that went bad instead of good, real courtroom drama, medical experiences, professional and educational moments.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 262 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 390g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150842070X
  • 9781508420705

About Mrs Paulette H Ballard

Born and raised in South Carolina, Paulette Ballard has always had a passion for reading. Her childhood dream was to become a nurse someday. In the school library, she found the Cherry Ames, R.N. book series and read all of them. Paulette remembers the school librarian in junior high school, telling her she had checked out more books than any other student. She developed a thirst for reading which has never gone away. Having worked in the medical field for over forty years, Paulette had been a medical transcriptionist and a manager. She felt that someday she would write that book she had always entertained thoughts of. The problem was, deciding which genre to use. She had enjoyed journaling and writing short stories for years. During her term as President of the Mid-Level Medical Managers in Charlotte, North Carolina, a friend encouraged her to pursue her dream. One evening Paulette was having dinner with a friend and the friend told her about a tragedy she had gone through. Her friend made the comment, "That is something I will never forget, as long as I live." In that moment "Unforgettable Moments" was born. In her spare time, Paulette enjoys crafts, jigsaw puzzles and traveling. She and her husband reside in North Carolina with their two boxers and two cats. They also love to spend time with their two daughters.show more