You want a biography? Mine is not exactly full of what most people would call great accomplishments. I could fluff it, I could spin it, I could make it into something that would make you go, "wow," yet close enough to the truth no one could refute it.
But I'm not going to do that. I was born in Washington State, was an "A" student in high school and college, did well in law school and have a good career. There is more detail in the book, "Exposed." Really, if you want the background, it will cost less than a sandwich to buy it.
I would probably be considered a very attractive, very intelligent woman. I am not a raving beauty, nor would I want to be. That burden is too difficult. I am not brilliant, nor would I want to be. That burden is too heavy. I am resilient, and I embrace this life fully.
As to what is not in the book, I'll say my life started being raised by my French Grandmother. She was very sophisticated, and yet very connected to her values, and to the earth. She could spot pretense at 500 yards, and yet, she didn't feel it was her job, or even necessary, to call it out. She moved around it.
She taught me life skills and values. Often with backgammon, she taught me that there are sacrifices one has to make and others one should never make. She also taught me about loyalty and love.
She had nothing to do with the creation of or development of my sexual appetites. That's the result of wonderful biology. What she did give me there was freedom from the oppression of other people's judgement.
A reviewer of "Exposed" said I was "... more complex than you or I (the reviewer), and although many of us are three dimensional, she is so much more." That was very sweet. But the fact is, we are all complex.
I was simply given a context to be the woman I want to be.
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