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The Cheering Cries Angels Pamela Schultz

The Cheering Cries Angels

Pamela Schultz

Published January 31st 2008
ISBN : 9781595268945
Paperback
112 pages
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A journey of searching, risk-taking, and heartbreak on the long road to peace and power for four generations of women. A young girl, Ingrid, had enough of being a maid for her six brothers and father, so she took the risk of an ocean voyage to CanadaMoreA journey of searching, risk-taking, and heartbreak on the long road to peace and power for four generations of women. A young girl, Ingrid, had enough of being a maid for her six brothers and father, so she took the risk of an ocean voyage to Canada in 1918. She fell prey to a selfish man, who left her poverty-stricken and pregnant with twins. Ingrids struggle left its deep imprint, not only on her own soul, but also on the lives of the next three generations. One twin, the boy, had to be given up. The other twin, Anna, was dragged through orphanages and foster homes. Anna seldom saw her mother. She went through many fearful times in her young life, facing strangers and predators. Anna met a fine, gentle man and they married, but a fairy tale ending was not to be hers. Annas past fears and traumas threatened to destroy everything she held dear. The Cheering Cries of Angels is a story of loss, abuse, neglect, emotional illness and of four generations of women finding their way to freedom. Authorbio: Pamela Schultz was born and raised in a small town in California. She was a registered nurse for thirty years, working in rehabilitation hospitals and other medical centers. In her work it was easy to see that emotional pain is not rare, and that it can be devastating. Her hope is to pass on an interesting multi-generational story and some answers found along the way.