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When I Visit My Daddy We Dance (A Visit With My Daddy) (Volume 1) Paperback – Large Print, February 9, 2015
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Ramona Wright, was reared in a dysfunctional family and survived due to her relationship with her God, Jehovah, her mother (herself a victim) her brothers and her sisters, who loved and cherished her. She credits her mother for teaching her & siblings how to search for opportunities to be resourceful, keeping a positive attitude and never giving up hope, things WILL get better, the gift of music & art. She became a Christian, teacher, author, artist, musician, wife, grandmother and great grandmother. She loves her children and hopes that they resolve to endure any and every trial that comes their way, with grace and fortitude, as her brothers have. This book is dedicated to one of her son's that has been incarcerated unjustly for over five years, waiting for his speedy trial. He is not the only victim. His whole family are victims, including his eight year old son Josiah and his Mom, who has carried the whole parenting load without any resources from her son's father during his years of incarceration. Josiah is truly blessed to have a mother that loves him so dearly. This book was especially written for him to help him look at the sunny side of the street, and appreciate the blessings he does have while he waits for justice for his father and learns to live and love his great variety of family members. Josiah loves his father dearly and visits him via video chat at the 4th Ave Jail in Downtown, Phoenix, Arizona. We have to pay for each and every visit. Ramona Wright, his grandmother, resides in Phoenix, AZ along with her husband of 31 years. She belongs to the Artist of the Black Community of AZ, The Arizona Watercolor Association, her art can be viewed and purchased at www.ramonawrightart.com she enjoys swimming, horseback riding, reading, playing her cello, teaching the Bible, travel, cards, singing with her husband, writing poetry with her husband, cooking and playing with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Even though she has several disabilities, it is her goal to look to Jehovah God's Kingdom to fix all the problems with mankind and never give up hope for this beautiful earth that God created for us. The UN has a scripture quoted on their building that it can never fulfill regardless of it's noble effort. Only God can Change hearts to love each other. She wants to see the day that will be a reality. In the mean time, may Jehovah God, the God of Tender Mercies direct you to his Love and son Jesus Christ. Have a Clear Day
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