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Peggy Michael-Rush

Peggy Michael-Rush
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Peggy Michael-Rush lives in Nebraska with her husband Larry, daughter Sarah, and three cats. She’s been writing poetry since the fourth grade. Peggy was a pastor for 19 years, a hospice chaplain for 6 years, and now remotely transcribes classes for the hearing impaired. Writing gives her passion and hope.

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