Born to Survive
by Teresa Landrie
In Born to Survive, Teresa Landrie has written a story of friendships, love, faith, heartaches and survival. The characters in her book are from her life. People in her life are her passion. Life is too short to be judgmental and shes learned to never take her friendships for granted.
As the story unfolds, you will meet many of the very important people in Landries life.
About the Author:
Teresa Landrie was born in Adrian, Michigan, and was adopted when she was five days old. Her journey through life has had a lot of ups and downs. But, against all odds, she continues to survive. She became a Christian when she was in the tenth grade. Her faith in God has always gotten her through everything. God always perseveres no matter what. You just have to put your trust and faith in him.
Landrie grew up thinking she was the luckiest kid alive. Her life was awesome, but her life seemed to take on the trials and tribulations of her birth mother. Shes always been restless and still is. As soon as things seemed to be going well, she would take off in another direction on another project. She was well liked throughout school by her teachers and later on in high school worked in the counseling office. Although she went to many colleges, she graduated in four years with a BSW in social work.
After closing her parents estate in 2013, Landrie and her husband James moved to Battle Creek, Michigan. They love it here. Landries children lives in St. Joseph, Michigan, and her step-daughter lives in Adrian, Michigan. Her son, Mathew, lives in Battle Creek and her daughter, Alexandria, and granddaughter, Neesha, live in Eau Claire, Michigan.
Landrie has become very involved in St. Marks Lutheran Church. She works during the week preparing pre-school lunches and does coffee hour once a month.
Who knows what the future holds. Only God knows. All we can do is take one day at a time. Landrie is a survivor against all odds as she continues to search for her contentment and inner peace as she goes through this journey called life.
(2017, Paperback, 88 pages)