by Jenny Miller
This is a memoir of a little girl and the abuse she endured all her life. Not just physical abuse. but, also emotional, sexual and verbal abuse. The trials she faced paved the way for her to be able to tell others and to help them to know there is no excuse for abuse. This memoir shows that God will never leave you alone. The faith in God kept her feeling safe and strong. The faith she had helped her to make the decision to change her life as she became an adult, a wife, and a mother.
Jenny Lee Miller born 6-30-1958 Durango, Colorado
Her parents moved to Wyoming when she was one. Graduated high school in Duchesne, Utah then moved to California and received a certificate as a Medical Assistant at Galen College in Modesto where she graduated with high honors.
She started writing poetry at the age of fifteen and has had numerous poems published. Is a member of Who's Who International. Her book Remembering When was released December 18, 2012, with Tate Publishing.
Currently, a Sunday school teacher and helps with children from displaced families she is also a member of CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates for children who are neglected or abused.
Is the coordinator of The Wyoming Hydrocephalus Support group for people who have water on the brain. She also has this disorder and underwent brain surgery in 2oo6. The Wyoming Neurologic Associates Wellness Resource Center of Casper, Wyoming is sponsoring this support group in conjunction with The National Hydrocephalus Foundation in Lakewood, California.
She is available for speaking engagements she has her books at the Natrona County Library and the women's penitentiary in Lusk, Wyoming.