In Spite Of
Shirley I. (Voss) Kiss, mother of seven, grandmother, and great-grandmother, began putting her thoughts on paper early in life, as a form of release. Later, she kept written records to protect her children in case of her unresolved death. A second marriage and relocation all added up to her being put in a position to help others who faced many of the difficulties she herself had lived. In the end, it seemed a good way to inform her children and their future families on the life she had lived . . . (in spite of, not because of)
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