Lori Hynson was the SuperGal of the century organizing all types of events and excellent at performing these tasks until “she sensed something – someone?…Like God?…He seemed to be there, on her mind.” Lori had taken on the world organizing several programs and special events with her take-charge temperament expecting perfection from everyone involved including her own self. You know the type of person who leads a group on a special project delegating responsibilities to people to complete said assignment and when asked a question or a problem occurs thinks ‘do I have to do everything myself?’
Lori openly discusses her definition and adventures of a SuperGal who came to recognize that she could not manage anything pertaining to her life as wife and mother and an organized leader of individuals without assistance from others and learning to lean on God with whom she needed to re-establish a connection in her life and daily activities. SuperGal Hynson deals with a broken marriage and her renewed faith by joining a gospel church with a predominately-black congregation taking into consideration her love of gospel music.
The SuperGal leads you into her personal struggles and triumphs journey of an I-can-do-it-all-myself boa feathered diva with reality situations, enlightening discoveries, and spiritual humor. Most women will recognize themselves in this memoir at one point or another and laugh aloud while reading Lori’s interpretation of God and His thoughts throughout her journey as I have often had the same interpretations. I recommend to women and men alike for a refreshing look into the life a real SuperGal diva that made it through all her challenges.
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