The Street Life of a Mail Lady Unfolds
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind., Nov. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether one is fighting in a seemingly insurmountable battle with life, love, family, or career, one will find inspiration in this mail lady's story of endurance and perseverance. Author Edie Bradley LaDuke's Postal Blue Image is an engaging and eye-opening read for those who think that they are living such harsh and hard lives. In these pages, readers will feel for the mail lady who, through rain and sleet, will cross the heights and depths of places to fulfill what she was meant to do.
The treasure of postal acclaim found its original concept during the same time as the tiny village of Rome was rising to its political heights. And this spread out from Europe through America and to the rest of the world. Even today, there is that notable honor specially given for these mail servicemen everywhere.
On September 21, 1963, one special mail lady crossed the rank and file of the postal blue to become the very first female foot letter carrier in this district, which included the states of Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. And she invites everyone to join her, using the mode of transportation: her pair of feet and the U.S. mailbag in her story. Readers get to walk a mile or two with her and take a rather keen look at the street life of a mail lady.
About the Author
Edie Bradley LaDuke knew what she wanted to be when she grew up. But no money for college has destroyed many of a dream. Yet there are ways to rebuild that dream. Her greatest accomplishments in life have been her second marriage to her beloved Frenchman, Kenny, and her warm and loving five children from her first marriage. The love and support that Kenny showered upon her helped her to find the courage to become a college student and graduated from Indiana University with an Associate Degree in Journalism.
Postal Blue Image
by Edie Bradley LaDuke
Publication Date: January 29, 2012
Paperback: $14.99; 316 pages; ISBN 978-1-46784-079-8
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