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Channel 2 Houston News

Author recalls ride on balloon months before deadly accident

By Samantha Ptashkin – Reporter

Posted: 6:35 PM, August 02, 2016

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HOUSTON – A Houston area author recently wrote a blog about the tragic hot air balloon accident near Austin, months after she took a ride on the same balloon, with the same pilot.

Mary Ann Perez McNulty and three of her girlfriends went on the ride last January.

View the original article and see the video on the Click2News website ~~~

(http://www.click2houston.com/news/author-recalls-ride-on-balloon-months-before-deadly-accident#)

 

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Running in Heels: A Memoir of Grit and Grace

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When I began blogging two years ago, I did not expect the amazing community of writers I would get to know.  There are many wise and gifted storytellers out there.  Once in a while, I stumble upon someone who can infuse their stories with such passion and vividness I feel as though I am experiencing life with them.  Mary Ann Perez is one such writer.

As she has shared parts of her story on her blog I have been privileged to see life through circumstances very different than my own.  I have seen through Mary’s eyes and I have both laughed and cried.  Her story has given me much to ponder about my own life, and of how insulated I am.  Her words have given me a compassion and empathy I didn’t have before, particularly for children growing up in unstable environments.

When I learned that her book is due…

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‘My desire is that my story may help someone else walking through similar circumstances I once walked,’ Mary Ann Perez author of Running in Heels

About a week ago Natasha Collins with http://literarylifestories.com invited me to be a guest on her wonderful blog and to share with her readers a little about my journey in writing “Running in Heels.” She knew my desire was to reach out to others going through or who have gone through similar struggles that I mentioned in my memoir.

Natasha, thank you again for reaching out to me.

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