Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Autobiography of My Life
For Wednesday, the statement read: I'd write myautobiography, but I don't need to because my story has already been told in The Autiobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt by Eleanor Roosevelt. This is a lady who turned reinvented herself and took on the opposition, including her husband, without letting conflicting events mow her down. That's all I look at myself. I reinvented myself after my kid left home, my husband lost his job and I had none to talk to.