Linda Winchell still working on it!

I was born on the South side of Chicago in the forties.

I am now married and living on a farm in a small town in Concord Michigan. Was many things growing up, but have always been passionate about writing poetry and childrens' books and the love of God.
I love animals and nature and as you can see in my Poetry, they are some of my inspiration. No spell check on this site, maybe they need to put one on it?
I love to bake and cook and clean. And power walking and walks in the woods keep me healthy. I do not smoke or drink, but love to dance! I love to joke around and sing too. I pray for all the world. And if this includes you, GREAT! 'Thank you God! ' May God bless you and all of your days be filled with sunshine and the Love of life. It is all we have! One Day at a time!

God's Servant, Linda Winchell

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I found your poem on this website first but it said Author Unknown. Thought you should contact it and correct. http: //www.heavensinspirations.com/the-quilt.html
Linda A. Winchell,66, passed away on 25 September 2013 in Ellicott City, MD after an eight year battle with breast cancer. Linda was born on 3 April 1947 in Lubbock, TX. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald. She is survived by her two daughters, Sheri and Sonja. She has left behind a legacy of Poems and will be missed. Her last poem was Mind Trap submitted 10 February 2013.