Plain Jane: I Survived by Crying, Praying, and Working

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 1, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
The photograph used on the front cover is of Jane when she was fifteen. Jane's cousin became a custodian at the Macedonian school, which Jane attended as a young girl. The government decided to raise the old building and gave her cousin the job of cleaning it out first. He came across the photo and recognized it as his cousin, Jane. He brought it to Jane's family and Jane's older sister, Alima brought it to Germany, made a copy and mailed it to Jane. It is the only photo Jane has of herself as a child and she didn't know it existed until she became an adult.

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All my life, I have loved to draw. When I was in grammar school, my teacher used to pin up my artwork all over the classroom. One of my favorite things to draw was flower. As far back as I can remember, I used to draw this emblem. I feel it is my logo. I drew it on paper, drew it in the sand and mud as a child. In one of my jobs, I was responsible for clearing some glass. I used to draw this flower with glass cleaning foam on the vending machines, and people didn't want me to wipe it off. It seemed to make them happy, and It makes me happy too.

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