This book is about the pain and suffering that I had to indulge as a young child who had to live with rheumatoid arthritis at the age of nine. I learned early that sickness does not have a special age. This disease caused me to grow up early in order to cope with it. I learned that people could be so cruel and mean. People do not just have prejudice about skin color; they can have prejudice toward someone who has a disease that they do not understand.
However, thank God for my grandmother, Hattie Fields. She taught me God is the head of my life and that He has a reason for everything he does. The plan that he has for me is to show others with a disease, or even those without one, that life is what you make of it. I hope that this book can help someone live his or her life to the fullest and gain happiness.
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I was born October 9, 1958 in New Roads, Louisiana. I was born to Earnest Flowers and the late Dorothy Mae Flowers. I have two younger brothers, Allen and Troy Flowers. I graduated from high school in 1976, went to vocational school in 1977, and later went to the American College for Nurse's Aide in 1987. My hobbies are reading, writing, cooking, listening to all kinds of music, and making people laugh. I enjoy life and love to help others. I am lovable, honest, and well balanced. My grandmother played a big part in my life; after I became sick, she taught me about life and its value. I learned not to take anything for granted. I found Jesus Christ at the age of twelve and was baptized in 1970. I know I am blessed.
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