A Diary of Lettie’s Daughter

by Marian Olivia Heath Griffin


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Softcover
£16.95
Hardcover
£24.95
Softcover
£16.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/26/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781984548597
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781984548603

About the Book

Some of the mysteries of life can be the most rewarding experiences of one’s life. The story about my birth and death is begging to be told. It is a story that should not be hidden. I remember the day of my birth and death, which occurred at the same moment. It is amazing how much an individual experiences, learns, remembers, and comprehends as an infant or small child. It is even more amazing what one actualizes and perceives about oneself when we become old. The day I was born, I died. My angel came to me. She knew I needed her. My angel told me that I had twin brothers who had died the year before I was born. They were in heaven. My twin brothers came to me and kissed me. My angel took me back to my mother, Lettie. We both were brought back to life.


About the Author

Marian Heath Griffin lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with her, Bertrand Griffin, Sr. They have been married for fifty five years. She served as a licensed professional counselor and student personnel administrator for thirty-six years at Southern University-Baton Rouge, the last seven years as director of International student services. Heath-Griffin graduated from Delaware State University with a bachelor of arts degree in sociology and psychology, attended Atlanta University School of Social Work for two years, attended the Interdenominational Theological Seminary in Atlanta and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary where she completed a Masters degree in psychological counseling. She received a masters degree from Southern University in Mass Communication, further studies at Louisiana State University and Northwestern University on Evanston, Illinois. She has worked with children, youth and adults most of her career. She has served as musician for children’s since she was twelve years old and has organized children’s choirs for several churches. Her husband is a minister. She organized a children’s children choir at her current church forty six years ago and is still their volunteer musician. She enjoys traveling over the fifty states and six of the seven continents with her husband, three adult children, Bertrand II, Karen and Michael, their spouses and my eight grand children, as well as my sister Nancy and her husband, Albert Kellam.