Born into a working class family in the 1960s but educated at a
traditional girls Grammar School the story of a life divided began.
Going on to become a successful career woman in the most hostile of
environments such as prisons, maximum security psychiatric units
and criminal justice arenas there remained a longing for my own
freedom. That release came when the world came crashing down
leaving nothing that could be salvaged. As those doors closed the
new world began to open up before me. Everything that had been
special, close to my heart was able to grow. I could spend time
with my wonderful Border Collies and sheep. I was enabled to
literally make the wreck of a newly purchased house into a loved
home. After the darkness came the sunshine. How bright my sunshine
is. Even in the darkness I can shine as bright as any star. I'm not
religious but I can truly count my blessings, especially the four
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Sharron J. Bowman
||197 x 132 x 12mm (L x W x T)
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