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Once upon a time, I was a carefree little girl that was able to do what most people couldn’t…find a four leaf clover.
All I had to do was walk into a field, look down, and pick up a four leaf clover. It baffled most of the people around me. My family always teased me that I was the luckiest girl alive.
I pressed every four leaf clover I found. They were hidden in books all over my mother’s bookcase. She would open a book and a handful of them would flutter to the ground. Alas, most of them did not survive, their brittle leaves crushed with the slightest pressure.
As I grew, my knack for finding these tiny green treasures became a game to me. I would challenge my brother to see who could find one first. He has yet to win that contest. 🙂
One time when I was in college, I was horseback riding through a thick green pasture overlooking the soft valleys in Eastern Pennsylvania. I happened to glance down and saw a four leaf clover burried in the lush grasses. It stood out as if it was standing alone atop a mound of dirt, begging for me to pluck it and add it to my collection. So I did.
All those four leaf clovers and I have yet to win a fantasy vacation or the lottery. I’m still waiting on my book to be turned into a movie. Meeting Tom Hiddleston or Benedict Cumberbatch would be nice too. But the truth is, I’m already the luckiest girl in the world.
I have a wonderful husband and two beautiful children, a family that loves and supports me, friends who encourage and harass me on a daily basis, and a fantastic community of authors and readers who love romance as much as I do. I don’t need a pot of gold to make me happy. I just need to be aware of how lucky I truly am every day of my life.
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
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