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Against the Odds with Louise Usher

Against the Odds with Louise Usher

Louise Usher

Louise Usher

Louise Usher was born in Kent, England on the last day of the 60's. As a child she always had pen to paper, writing many letters to thankful Grandparents. The passion for finding out what life is all about has taken Louise on a journey into an author. Twenty years ago she wrote two novels and decided to leave them in her bedroom. Long before the days of typing on a computer, she also won a place in a publication called the Other Side and took her poem, 'Thank you, mother nature' to print. Reflecting on her own infertility issues, this painfully written poem was a total contrast to her now humorous journals that she writes and publishes.

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Louise Usher

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Freedom After a guided meditation I was able to locate one word which suggests the thing that is most important to me. When it comes down to it, I want freedom. I would...

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Posted by on 6 May 2018 | 0 comments

Against the Odds with Louise Usher

Louise Usher

Louise Usher

Louise Usher was born in Kent, England on the last day of the 60's. As a child she always had pen to paper, writing many letters to thankful Grandparents. The passion for finding out what life is all about has taken Louise on a journey into an author. Twenty years ago she wrote two novels and decided to leave them in her bedroom. Long before the days of typing on a computer, she also won a place in a publication called the Other Side and took her poem, 'Thank you, mother nature' to print. Reflecting on her own infertility issues, this painfully written poem was a total contrast to her now humorous journals that she writes and publishes.

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Louise Usher

Latest posts by Louise Usher (see all)

Manifesting. Achieving. Inspiring More than a woman Many beautiful and brave friends bless my life.  When one of those friends asked, “Do you fancy an evening...

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Posted by on 9 Mar 2018 | 1 comment

Against the Odds with Louise Usher

Against the Odds with Louise Usher

Louise Usher

Louise Usher

Louise Usher was born in Kent, England on the last day of the 60's. As a child she always had pen to paper, writing many letters to thankful Grandparents. The passion for finding out what life is all about has taken Louise on a journey into an author. Twenty years ago she wrote two novels and decided to leave them in her bedroom. Long before the days of typing on a computer, she also won a place in a publication called the Other Side and took her poem, 'Thank you, mother nature' to print. Reflecting on her own infertility issues, this painfully written poem was a total contrast to her now humorous journals that she writes and publishes.

Website

 
Louise Usher

Latest posts by Louise Usher (see all)

Manifesting. Achieving. Inspiring Deciding to heal.   Medical intervention is lifesaving.  We know this.  Those who save lives are incredible and we need eternal...

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Posted by on 9 Feb 2018 | 0 comments

Against the Odds with Louise Usher

Against the Odds with Louise Usher

Louise Usher

Louise Usher

Louise Usher was born in Kent, England on the last day of the 60's. As a child she always had pen to paper, writing many letters to thankful Grandparents. The passion for finding out what life is all about has taken Louise on a journey into an author. Twenty years ago she wrote two novels and decided to leave them in her bedroom. Long before the days of typing on a computer, she also won a place in a publication called the Other Side and took her poem, 'Thank you, mother nature' to print. Reflecting on her own infertility issues, this painfully written poem was a total contrast to her now humorous journals that she writes and publishes.

Website

 
Louise Usher

Latest posts by Louise Usher (see all)

Manifesting. Achieving. Inspiring Shaking my head in disbelief I asked, “So, what, you just imagine you’re a certain weight and you are that weight?” “You’ve not...

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