Connie Pritchett’s Short Story. Now Tell Your Short Story of Triumph. 

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Paulette Le Pore Motzko

October 28th, 2017

2:11 p.m.

Connie Pritchett’s Story in her own words on August 21st, 2017.

When I was a little girl, I lost my dad at age 11, and my mom, could not take care of us, and so I had to give up, both of my parents,   and so I went into a Foster home, there was noone else to take care of me,  so I was all alone,  and  My Foster parents were up in age, and it was obvious to me, that I would lose them too.   I felt like there was little hope for my situation… it seemed like everyone around me, had their parents.  And it began to take a toll on my health… 
But I was in church,   which was the one thing that kept me going… and somehow… I heard this scripture:  
All things work together for good to them that love the Lord, and and are called according to his purpose…. Romans 8:28.  
So I repented, and gave my heart to the Lord. 
When I heard that scripture, it served as a foundation for me, and I knew that somehow, someway.. things would work out, and   this scripture… is still on my refrigerator.. today. 
And I totally believe, that life averages out… when we set our minds.. our hearts.. and ask Jesus to come into our hearts… 
I have lived a wonderful, blessed, life… 
 With love to all.

Connie Pritchett


Now is your chance to tell your story (in a paragraph or two), of why you have thrived rather than survived, and what you went through and how you became a better, stronger, more empathetic person through it all.

Most everything, if you allow distance, time, thought and self introspection, you can find a lesson learned or wisdom gained.
Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Updated October 22, 2016 

11:26 a.m.
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Updated October 28th, 2017

2:07 p.m.

23 thoughts on “Connie Pritchett’s Short Story. Now Tell Your Short Story of Triumph. 

    1. Hi there bunny I got your poem in my email box I will do my best to put it on the blog but right now I’m having really big computer problems and I need to get it fixed. Everything is being done with my Galaxy Note for phablet

    2. Let them see the big picture of why adoption is a Triple Win:

      The child wins and gets loving patent
      The needing parents are about to not only have a wonderful child or teen to love, nurture, and impart the best of who they are, but the best component of all is they’ll be getting one more child out of the Foster Care System.

      You can quote Paulette Le Pore Motzko on that, if you’d like.

      I hope this helps.

      Paulette Motzko

    1. I look forward to reading a few of your poems Bonnie. .Maybe you can email one to me and I will share it with the 2000 plus followers on Totally Inspired Mind. Also send the link to buy your book too.

      Paulette Le Pore Motzko

      1. That’s very kind of you to offer to share my poems. What is your email address? If you go to you will find that I am donating the proceeds of my paperback book to Help The Forgotten Children.
        If you would like to be a guest on my net site let me know.
        My companion and best friend passed away in June so I’m going through a very difficult time right now.
        I’d be glad to hear from you though.

          1. I would do anything to help the children that are going through and have gone through what I have survived myself. I have even asked people that can’t afford to buy the book to contribute in another way. I’ve asked for people to donate two hours of time to get the word out on Social Networks.
            It’s all in my About Page at
            I am doing the best I can but nobody has offered to be a guest or to donate their time. I’m not getting any feedback at all. I’m disappointed in the Human Race. It’s a disgrace that people won’t help others any more. It’s all about me, me, me, me. now. They’ll have to answer to God someday. At least I’ve been trying to help to no avail.
            Thank you,
            Bonnie Gail Carter

            1. I just wrote something on Totally Inspired Mind about your books and your mission and how adoption is a triple win.

              I am a content writer, Marketer and photographer so when I believe in something, I can promote it.

            2. If you would write a piece on your blog that explains all about what the name of the organization is, what happens when you donate to it, and how incredible it is to place needing children with wanting parents, I will reblog it on my site and also on

              O know this will help tremendously.
              There are good people in the world. You have to do everythingin your power to attract them.

              Paulette Le Pore Motzko

        1. If you have a story about the organization The Forgotten Children and what they do and how people can donate money to help children, send it my way and I will air it on my site. Been having major computer problems though.

          Paulette L Motzko

          1. I am donating the proceeds from the sale of my paperback book of poems titled “The Chill Turned Warm.” It is at If you want to know more about me go to I suggest reading The About Page at and read My Two Poems and a Music Video.
            I’ve been asking for guests that are specialists is Psychology, Psychiatry, Child Development, Behavioral and Cognition specialists. Nobody is willing to help so far. Only one person has bought my book to go toward my Cause. I’m not a non-profit organization. I am just one person trying to make a difference.
            I have asked for poems, articles, research papers, survivors stories, and stories from those who are in the situation now. I am also asking for guests on child abandonment, child neglect, child abuse, child molesting, and Domestic Violence.
            I lived through all of the above. I know how they feel and all about the heartache that comes with it.
            Can one person make a difference. Yes, Mother Theresa made a difference. All I can do is give it my best effort and hope some people care enough to help. God will show me the way because I have strong Faith and in Prayer.
            Please help me help them. I appreciate anything you can do immensely.
            Bonnie Gail Carter

  1. I plan to write a book to tell my story one day, so I’ll keep this short and sweet. I went from being homeless, TWICE, with four children, to getting married and divorced, to being a business owner of three REAL companies, a BA degree (4.0gpa, Summa cum Laude), and a MS degree (3.85gpa). You can’t even IMAGINE the strength I had to develop, mentally, spiritually, emotionally, and physically, to get me through the years. But I survived, I learned, I grew. I rose above my circumstances. Now, I’m on a path to fulfill my dream of hotel ownership, among other things. 🙂

  2. Playing Resident Evil has taught me to face my fears; I felt broke down by fear of failure as an elementary kid while playing Resident Evil Code: Veronica; When reaching high school, I had the confidence to replay the game and managed to beat it; This moment is one among many to have given me the feeling of commitment towards overturning the challenging circumstances of my life.

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