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The story begins as a young woman and her granddaughter discuss the fate of the world while baking together. It is a work in progress, to be published at a later date. The piece speaks of family, cultural issues, love, hope and equity.
My grandmother and I were pretty close for several years. She would wake up early to walk me to kindergarten. I have fond memories of those walks.
Granny was the strong silent type. What I loved about her was that she listened to me. I mean, really listened. As a child, I was filled with questions and and ideas. I drove a lot of adults crazy. But Granny always listened intently and I loved her for that.
This series is about a conversation a young woman has with her Granny about living in a chaotic world. This young lady struggles with the problems in the world and is desperate for a way to live happily despite wars, floods and fires.
I hope you enjoy the story.
Created to remind you of the wisdom the elders can provide to young folks who are interested in achieving balance in an unfair world.
View the beginning of "Let's Save the World," during the month of November at:
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All works are for sale and will be published in the completed graphic novel.
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|A literary piece by Simone in ebook form.|