Janie Turner Miller-Ferrell has been an educator for forty-four years, teaching grades 5 through 12. She has her permanent certification to teach grades K-5 through K-12. She has taught in Christian schools in Texas, Oklahoma, Kentucky, and South Carolina. Since 1993, she has owned and operated Harbor Christian Academy in Greenville, South Carolina. She has her masteras degree in Christian education and Christian counseling and currently is working on her doctorate in these areas. Janie has been writing poetry all her life and has recently retrieved her poems from different venues in order to share them with those who enjoy personal poetry. Her poems are set in and around the Pelzer-Williamston area where she grew up, from the age of nine years old until twenty-four. Janieas poems are about incidents that actually happened as she grew up and happenings in recent years. Some are happy, sad, and rather comical. Mrs. Gladys Simpson Reece, Janieas English teacher from Palmetto High School, was a motivating factor in encouraging her career in writing poetry.I had lived in this neighborhood for many, many years, I make it a point to stop not matter howI feel. One fine day as I came to a stop and ... I met one of Greenvillea#39;s aFinesta there. He stopped and whirled around barely missing another car.
|Title||:||No More Birthday Cakes for Me|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2011-08-26|