The Girl in the Swing

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The Girl in the Swing is a true story of the power of dreams and the perseverance it takes to realize them.

 

Born into the depths of the Dust Bowl, Mozelle was a miracle baby who seemed more like a curse to her overburdened father—for the man who struggled daily against the killing sands, one more mouth to feed was one too many.

 

But from that humble and inauspicious beginning came a girl who could dream beyond the horizon of her desolate world. Hunger, poverty, drought, dust storms and tornadoes would slash across childhood. The greatest loss imaginable would propel her into adulthood. But nothing would ever obscure her vision of an Eden all her own, and nothing would deny her a love that was Heaven-sent.

 

 

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About the author (2007)

The Girl in the Swing was written by Heath Fogelman, a father, husband and professional writer living in the Tampa Bay area. He continues to pursue his dream of enjoying a lifetime of love with his wife and children and inspiring the world through his writings and other creative endeavors. The Girl in the Swing was lived by Linda Ailshie, a wife, mother, grandmother, mentor to many and multi-talented professional living in the Portland, Oregon area. She continues to live her dream with her husband of fifty plus years and is an inspiration to all those who count her among their friends and family.

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