It is almost 10 years since the publication of George and meghan’s landmark book, My Life, My Love, and Your Love: The Art of Being a Woman in America, which brought together the lives and experiences of three of America’s most prominent women of color.
In a stunning moment of courage, George and I were both able to step back and take a deep breath, allowing the book to be their final word on gender and race in America.
Today, that book, which was a huge influence on me and my family, is finally coming to a close.
I’m proud to say that the story of this remarkable book, and its impact on so many of our lives, is coming to an end.
And I am thrilled to be the first to share the final chapter with my family and friends.
But it wasn’t just the ending that was exciting.
As a woman, I’m deeply grateful to George and his team for bringing the book into the mainstream.
In my own journey to be a woman in America—and to fight for my rights and to stand up for what I believe in—this book has taught me a lot about the power of the human spirit and the power that lies in the human heart.
But I’m also grateful to my husband and children for sharing the final chapters with me, as they were so incredibly moving.
And, of course, my fellow women in America for sharing their stories.
As I look back on this story, I see the power and impact it has had on me, my family (my kids and my husband) and many others, and I am thankful for the work George and the other women have done to spread the message of this important book.
But above all, I am grateful to all of the women and girls who have made their voices heard, and have shown that we can overcome and prevail, no matter what challenges we face.
And now, as we all look forward to the next chapter of this story and the next year, I’ll share more details about the book, its legacy and how it will be shared with a new generation.
It is an honor to share this story with you and to be able to share it with all of you.
To share this book with all my fans, I want you to know that I’m extremely excited about the coming year, and that we’re all looking forward to sharing more of the story in the coming months.
For the next few months, I’d like to share some highlights of my own story, and to share with you what we hope you’ll take away from this book: I was able to grow up in a family that didn’t feel like they belonged in a white supremacist country, or that they were ever meant to.
My family wasn’t taught to believe in white supremacy.
My parents were proud of their country and their family.
They wanted to be good people.
They were not racists, and they weren’t homophobic, but they were proud to be American.
I learned how to be strong in my own skin, and how to navigate the world in a way that is not harmful to others.
My mother was a wonderful and compassionate mother.
I love her so much, and she gave me a big heart.
I got to be with my mother and my sisters, and my dad was a beautiful man.
I am blessed to have grown up in an environment where people were willing to talk about their struggles.
I also got to experience my first love, and a father who loves me.
I had the opportunity to meet so many amazing people.
My life is full of love and laughter, and the world has changed in ways that I can’t believe.
I was blessed to grow a family.
I have three beautiful girls, all of whom I adore.
And the world is full the way it is because of George’s courage.
I know that this book has impacted so many lives.
It has made me proud to call myself a woman.
And it has made us a family of women.
And we will continue to fight until we can achieve the goal of equality for all.
George and others like him have given me so much and will always be a source of inspiration and strength.
In this moment, I can only express my gratitude to George, my wife, and all of my children.
I look forward and honor you, George, for being the inspiration and the guide for me, and for all of our generations.
I hope you’re proud of the book and its legacy, and continue to share its message of equality and acceptance.
I’d also like to thank you for your hard work and commitment to sharing this book.
I truly believe it’s your job as a writer and journalist to bring about change.
And you’ve done a tremendous job.
We will continue in your footsteps as we continue to build a better future for all women and men in America through your legacy and