Dorothy Stillman was born in 1907 in Oklahoma and died at the age of 89 in 1996. Although she had a deprived and neglectful childhood, her native intelligence, courage, and creativity lead to an adventuresome and unconventional life. On her own at age fifteen she worked as a magazine saleswoman, a telephone operator, a chorus girl, a aRosie the Rivetera, a dance instructor, a door-to-door saleswoman, an entrepreneur, a uranium prospector, and a gemstone jewelry designer/producer. She raised three successful children. Throughout her life, she always cared about and for others and lived the aGolden Rule.a In this memoir she recounts in humorous detail her many adventures and the characters she meets along the way while traveling from coast-to-coast in the pursuit of money to support her family and of experiences to enrich her soul.One of the legs had broken and he was trying to fix it. She watched him for awhile . aJerry, therea#39;s no way you can fix that cot. Wea#39;ll just have to get another one from the manager tomorrow. In the meantime, come over here and get in bed andanbsp;...
|Title||:||From Holes In My Hose To Rocks In My Socks|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2007-11-27|