*Depression* *Hobby* *Obsession* *Profession*: The D-Hop Series

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AuthorHouse, Aug 30, 2006 - Poetry - 272 pages
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*Depression* *Hobby* *Obsession* *Profession* is being published in memory of 21-year-old Lindsay Michelle Kendrick, whose life ended tragically and instantly in a car accident on the morning of December 5, 2005. 


The D-HOP Series was a work of love and a very strong passion for Lindsay.  It is a compilation of poems she had written in journals, beginning when she was sixteen years of age.  Her poetry is filled with intense and extreme feelings of love, the loss of love and her loved ones, pain, sorrow and, at times, despair.  Some were about her experiences while others were written for friends and family members.  Some were song lyrics she wrote and many were written in the the dramatic, extravagant style that we all knew was just “Lindsay”.

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About the author (2006)

Lindsay Michelle Kendrick was born on July 21, 1984, and was raised in Lubbock, Texas.  Her sudden departure from this life shook the world of all those who loved her.


Lindsay realized a life-long dream of living in California when she was nineteen.  She spent almost a year there, working, writing and experiencing life in LA; but her goal to have her book published was not accomplished before she left this world behind.   Some of her passions were playing her trumpet and guitars, writing poetry and oil painting.  She loved penguins - she collected, painted, and wrote about them.  She even had a tiny penguin tattoo on her right foot, which was taken from one of her own drawings.


She also had great enthusiasm for children, friends and family, and lived her days to the fullest.  One of her favorite things to do was to teach children to sketch and paint.  She was a Christian and always had a smile on her beautiful face, loving and encouraging all who came into her life. 


Lindsay is already greatly missed, but her spirit and memories live on in the hearts and minds of all her friends and family.  We hope that she will also live on through the words of this book – her treasured book.

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