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Born in Santa Monica, California, I was raised in the small bedroom community of Sunkist Park that borders Culver City, Playa del Rey, Mar Vista and Venice. I attended Venice High School, West LA Community College and California Institute of the Arts. My studies included English, English Literature, Poetry, Creative Writing, Choir, Classical Voice, Shakespeare, Musical Theater, Television and Film Acting and Art History. In 1980, I relocated to the Pacific Northwest and in 1982 I married Kurt Wolf in Corvallis, Oregon. During the course of our long journey together, I have remained devoted to not only my husband, but to my friends and family, and the arts. What defines me most is my passion for expression through art. I’m an avid reader, writer and poet.I also enjoy painting and photography. Additionally, some folks consider me a pretty good cook.

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If you have any questions about "New Prairie Woman", "Saving Susie", my "Phoetry", Montana, or writing in general, please email me directly at: GrumpySusie@msn.com — Looking forward to hearing from you. I hope you enjoy "New Prairie Woman". ~ Susie

Friday, August 31, 2012

Prairie Post # 9 - August 31, 2012

Back in the Saddle!

Hello friends! It's been a long but wonderful writing hiatus that was sorely needed but now I'm ready to get back to the keyboard and begin to pound out the words needed to convey to you the journey of my life. It has been a great summer, for the most part, and I look forward to sharing with you some of the more colorful events that I've experienced throughout this past season. I look forward to not only posting new Prairie Posts for you, but also, I'm filled with opening night jitters at the prospect of continued postings of snippets and excerpts of New Prairie Woman and will complete the book by years end.

Thank you for hanging out here, coming by to check in, and for your loyalty to my story. I'm eager to share with you the events of our daily life here on the prairie in Montana and I can't wait to share more of NPW with you, my friends! I expect to be back a few times in September and then in October, once the season fully wraps up and our home is set and ready for the upcoming Fall and winter temperatures, I will be back full time. Until then, I leave you with this:



Nothing is impossible
never give up hope
never use the expression 
"I'm at the end of my rope" 
there is no end to anyone's rope
when the truth be told  
hope is alive and well within
no matter how young or old
set your mind to achieve
your goals your desires your dreams
get up, get busy, do the work
no matter how hard it seems
keep your goal in your heart
stay on track
don't look back
before you know it
you've chipped off a bit
then you see how easy it can be
to be true 
to the real you
to escape the fear 
with your goal so near
hope can fill your life with joy
when you touch the stars
reach up
reach up
grab hold of your life
although your dream is far










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