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A beautiful, dailybook-on-the-nightstand read! 
Trish "rings the bell" (as she did in the Peace Corps) with insights and observations from a life lived from Moldova to Hollywood and beyond, and she shares her wonderful ride!   ~Joan van Ark, Actress
 
Trish Ostroski sharesvariety of thoughtful and real lessons in this whimsical, easy-to-read book. With insights and observations from a life well lived in places like Moldova all the way to Hollywood and beyond, she shares her wonderful ride! With a career focused on service above self, she was able to experience places and people most of us can only imagine.  
The stories resonate with those who love travel and life lessonslearned along the ride. The book reads like scenes from a movie. Each one a new chapter in the travels of Trish, allowing the reader to skip from section to section as the stories demand.  
 
From poignant Peace Corps experiences to the trauma of surviving an earthquake, there are life lessons for any reader. The people, places and things that Trish Ostroski has experienced will keep you reading into the night. A beautiful, book-on-the-nightstand read for anyone who loves a good story!
 
 
 

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