WHEREBY THE LEAVES HAVE FALLEN
By Barbara Hegger-Romero
The autobiography of a mother and grandmother at the age of 75.
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As fate would have it the author’s vacation to the Southwest and ultimately to Northern New Mexico would lead her to the very essence of her life’s mission. Not only did she stumble upon a holy pilgrimage site, but she ended up opening a gift shop directly across from it. Then she was invited to live in a residence in the historic site of Los Luceros in Northern New Mexico. Subsequently, she met her future husband, who had a similar mission. Sometimes we need to get out of our comfort zone and go out on a limb. Just as the acorn contains the mighty oak tree, the self has everything it needs to fulfill its destiny. We don’t need to see to believe but we need to believe to see.
Barbara Hegger-Romero was born and raised in the Midwest. She is the mother of two children and has four grandchildren. She has traveled extensively, having worked in the aviation industry. This autobiography is a tribute to St. Therese, the “little flower.” She experienced synchronicities and affirmations different times in her life. Barbara’s concern and compassion for children compelled her to compose a prayer for abused and neglected children. A serendipitous trip from Chicago to Chimayo, New Mexico transformed her life. She instantly knew the Land of Enchantment was where she wanted to be.
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