Jeannette Walls — American Writer born on April 21, 1960,

Jeannette Walls is an American writer and journalist widely known as former gossip columnist for — and author of The Glass Castle, a memoir of the nomadic family life of her childhood, which stayed on the New York Times Best Seller list for 100 weeks... (wikipedia)

I listen to music mostly in the evening. I've come to love what is called world music, like the Zimbabwean Oliver Mtukudzi and the Colombian singer Marta Gomez. I also love the Irish folk singer Mary Black. Other favorites include Chet Baker, Eva Cassidy, and Billie Holiday.
I'm a big believer in luck - the harder you work, the luckier you become.
I never had any question that my parents loved me. I had a real sense of self confidence.
Some people who've read my story think I had a terrible childhood and that I was neglected or even abused, while others feel that my parents, while certainly flawed, also had truly wonderful qualities. And that's the way it should be, because in real life two people can look at the same president and one will see a hero and the other a villain.
Horses are a mirror of who you are. They're emotionally dependent on you.

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