Our Concrete Angels

by Audrey Rose Addison



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/5/2007

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 324
ISBN : 9781412063616
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 324
ISBN : 9781412201001
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 324
ISBN : 9781412205337

About the Book

Who are our concrete Angels, you ask?   They are the pure innocence of this world. They are the children who are living with people whose only attention that is bestowed  upon them is pain and neglect. They are the children who are taught at  a very young age how cruel the world can be. These are the  children that society wants to hide. My book is written from the eyes of  a concrete Angel and we are not hiding anymore. The names in my book have  been changed to protect the innocent but my words are true. My life is real.  My voice will now be heard because I want every child to know you are not to blame and you do not have to identify with how you were,  or are being treated. Remember let those who hurt you carry the pain, for  they bare the consequences of their actions, not you. This book is also for all those  who can make a difference in a child’s life. Please let that be you!   Author: Audrey Rose Addison

About the Author

I was born in 1953 in Dallas, Texas at a time when things that happened in the family stayed in the family. Keeping your mouth shut, or should I say keeping secrets were part of your legacy. This was not only a mandate by your parents, but also a must to fit into Society. This was my world as a child. At the age of seventeen I married the most wonderful man in the world. Thirty-four years later we are still truly in love. Out of that love we produced threebeautiful children. In turn they blessed us with nine healthy and robust grandchildren. My husband and I have now retired to Mead, Oklahoma on the quiet shores od Lake Texoma. The one important thing that you should know about me is that I walk with God and thank him everyday for all I have been blessed with. I wouldn't change a single day in my life, from birth through today.

Yes, thank God we have all come out of our closets. Today we are not only taught by our parents to speak when we've been hurt, but we are encouraged and protected by Society when we do.