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Location: Bellefontaine,
Gender: Female
Born: 11-24-1949
Interests: Writing, Writing, Writing
Member: Standard
Joined: April 2006
Signaler, born in 1949, in Ohio is an award winning, published poet and writer. Writing has been her passion since she could hold a pencil and tell a story or paint a poetic word picture.

She has won several chap book competitions including Grand Prize for Poetic License's contest in 1999 when she first brought, City
Dwellers to life. Her work has been published in journals such as The Roswell Literary Review, The Raintown Review, Black Creek Review, Poetic License, The Sunday Suitor and Moose Bound Press
to name a few. In the 2000 Poet's Market Signaler was suggested as one of the poets whose work was used as an example by the editor, Denise Felt of Poetic License and in the 1998 edition of Writer's Market by the editors of Moose Bound Press, the Walkers. She is humbled by their faith in her work.

She is a wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother who moved to a small rural community in Central Ohio with her husband Fred and cat, Blackie.

Signaler loves to offer reviews and help in anyway she can to beginning poets and writers.

Keep Your Angel On Your Shoulder,
As Always, Signaler

I paint pictures with words on the canvas of the world.
I shall pass through this world but once, Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it. For I shall not pass this way again. Steven Grellet
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Signaler: I lost my firstborn grandson on Mother's Day, May 8, 2011. His name was Andrew, age 22 father of one little boy Collin age 6. My heart aches and life moves on.

Keep Your Angel On Your Shoulder,
As Always, Signaler
July 13, 2011 at 2:03PM

Signaler: I've been away from FS for awhile for various reasons. A slump, at the moment, I suppose. I've missed you all. My mind has been in turmoil for months now about the earthquakes, the wars, the oil spill, the end of life as we know it. I can't figure a way to make it all better anymore. Heck! I can't figure a way to make it a little bit better anymore.

Still, I know that life goes on, and to be a bit trite, this too shall pass, but I have this eerie feeling that things are never going to be the same again.

I hope prayer and positive thinking will bring about the peace and tranquility we all are looking for. I hope, and I pray and, I hope.

June 1, 2010 at 3:48PM
    Kathryn Varuzza: That's all we can do. Hope and pray, and never give up hoping.
    September 19, 2010 at 4:13PM
    Twomoon: You are so right...things are never the same, life changes us and we change life...missed you. xx
    January 16, 2015 at 10:15AM

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