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Spotlight On Writers – Nancy Lou Henderson

Spotlight On Writers

Nancy Lou Henderson

@nlhende49

 

  1. Where, do you hail from?
 I was born and raised in Texas. For the last thirty-four years, I have made my home in a small rural town situated about thirty miles from the Gulf of Mexico.
  1. What is the greatest thing about the place you call home?

Living in a rural town has allowed me to know most of the residents and interact with them and their families. Also, living near the Gulf of Mexico, I can spend time on the beaches listening to the gentle waves breaking on the sand, which is a very peaceful experience.

  1. What turns you on creatively?

A God-given gift for humor, life experiences, watching people, and loving nature, but my most significant influence creatively is my love for God, who has loved and given me many talents.

  1. What is your favorite word, and can you use it in a poetic sentence?

My favorite word is love.

True love engages all senses, goes beyond death, remains for eternity, and is a beautiful gift from God above.

  1. What is your pet peeve?

People who judge, hate, and ridicule others are my pet peeves. I believe we are all unique and special with a beautiful purpose in life, and one of these purposes is to be a helpmate for others by constructively loving and helping them with their goals.

  1. What defines Nancy Lou Henderson?

Seeing humor in most things that happen, whether good or bad, plus loving others were gifts God gave me at birth. Finding then marrying my true soulmate, who absolutely loved and encouraged me in all things, gave me true confidence in myself. Knowing true heartbreak and grief when losing that soulmate, but feeling God let him surround me still has given me incredible strength to face all challenges. All of these things have helped to define the person and writer that Nancy Lou Henderson is today.

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