Christmas of ’47

Christmas of '47.

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sandrashart

Welcome to my world! I have always loved to write, but I have spent most of my adult life in front of either a television or film camera. First as a Romper Room Teacher, then in television series and movies where writing took a backstage place in my life. I am now over 50 and have the freedom to get back to expressing myself through writing. I muse about my life and thoughts and just about everything under the sun. The only order to it is life itself as lived. Natural chaos! I am married and have three grown children who are interested in breeding horses, flying and creating. My youngest is the lead singer/songwriter of the Grammy nominated band, Tonic, Emerson Hart. So here I am, wanting to read about you and at the same time bringing you along with me to mine. I hope you will find me just as interesting as I do you! Hop aboard for the ride.

One thought on “Christmas of ’47”

  1. What a heart breaking story. Life and it’s sudden and unexpected changes. What a tragedy it can be, yet redemption can be acquired of the same plate. Isn’t life strange?

    I absolutely love you’re work, I see where Emerson gets his talent. I guess the old cliché “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” has proven it’s self correct once again.

    I can certainly relate to this story, as I can with most of your work, for I’m going through a period in my life where I’m being stretched to the point of Breaking. I won’t bother you with the details, but just know that I’m grateful for your work, as I am for Emerson’s too. His music has been sort of a life support system in times of trials. Your stories have opened my mind to the events in my own life and Emerson’s music has been a soundtrack to my life. I thank God we have such talent on this earth to help us push through this sometimes beautiful tragedy we call life.

    Again, thank you for sharing your life.

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