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It's About Us by Sylvia Villasenor

It's About Us

by Sylvia Villasenor

Pages: 80

Dimensions: 6 x 9

  • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - Cultural, Ethnic & Regional - General
  • BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - Personal Memoirs

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781632210012

Price : $12.49

This book will take you into a journey of life as it occurred to my father and his seven children, through the unexpected death of our Mother, ages ranging from twelve years of age to four months, me being the youngest. Witness the chain of events that lead my family from the United States to Mexico more than once and how the challenging turn of events after my Mothers passing turned into blessings during the years my Father was our responsible guardian. Our lives during this period was an amazing journey. The difficult moments we faced prepared us to become better individuals as God poured out his grace with amazing blessings. Sometimes blessings are not of material gaining but of that unconditional love coming from close family member and relatives that was given to us during the most venerable time in our lives called childhood.
 I hope you find inspiration and hope through the journey my siblings and I walked during the early years of our life because It is about us and our walk through life’s challenges with its disappointments, happy moments full of laughter, winning moments full of cheer, loosing moments full of tears, separations and re-unions. This sums up our early years of life, with God in control. Enjoy the journey.

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Sylvia Villasenor was born in Los Angeles, CA. The daughter of immigrants and the youngest of seven siblings. She is married and is a mother of three grown children, Joy, Steven and Dean. Sylvia met her husband Cliff Glassman at Cal State University Los Angeles where they both attended while she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Marketing) and he was a Biology major. They have been married for thirty-two years. She also obtained an Art Asociate degree in Merchandising at the Los Angeles Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise. Her aspiration was to become a merchandise buyer for a major department store she worked for during her college career. In the turn of events while attending her last quarter at Cal State Los Angeles, she obtained a Real Estate License. After graduating from college, she pursued a career in Real Estate as Mortgage Loan Officer. Which she worked for thirty years while raising a family. Now her interest has turned to writing memoirs of the early life experience of her and her siblings’ childhood, completing one short book as an introduction to the early years of their life as she remembers.

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