My Awe-Inspiring Journey
This is the story of one womans amazing journey through life so far. Author Terrie Lipsius was born in Aloguinsan, Philippines, a small town in the Cebu Province. Her father was a policeman and her mother was a primary school teacher. Her high school years were happy and unforgettable, filled with special friendships. After taking a break from school for a number of years, Terrie continued her education at the university level. She proudly received her diploma for a bachelor of science in education degree, majoring in home economics. After marrying John, an Australian, she immigrated with him to Australia, where her life changed dramatically. She went from being a shy girl to being a daring but satisfied woman. After only a few months, and with some fear and uncertainty, Terrie started teaching at the local high school. Once she began teaching, her feelings of apprehension were quickly forgotten. After she completed her teaching contract, she and her husband decided it was time for to start a family. They were soon blessed with a healthy boy. As Terrie recalls her journey to the present and looks forward to the future, she is thankful for all the blessings she has received and wants to share that gratitude with you.
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