Friday, May 18, 2012

Orchid Island. The Manuscript of a Black Caucasian. Second Time Happy.


Orchid Island, The Manuscript of a Black Caucasian, Second Time Happy
By: Dorothy E. Miller 
The Manuscript of A Black Caucasian, Orchid Island, Second Time Happy, are books in sequence one following the other. These books are autobiography nonfiction.
These books are the story of my life. I feel like I have something to tell the world about love. My Caucasian dad wanted this so badly. I wrote about the history of Elizabeth’s black family, her grandmother and grandfather her early marriage, and how things were just taken away from her without a reason. Through the writing of these books, I found the truth out about so many, many things. These books were a lot of fun to write. One of the fun things was that I love all of my characters. They are strong characters, and trust me they are no pushovers! Might I add my first book healed others and myself.
Orchid Island has broken all curses, I’m so glad, because this has changed my life, and others.
These books gave me freedom. Freedom is more than a speech. There is freedom of love, freedom of joy, freedom of happiness, and the freedom to live. Before I started my first book, I was tired of being the poor little rich girl. I know there was something better in life. This is why I continue to write.
I so glad that I wrote Second Time Happy, this book has done so many good things already. One big thing about Second Time Happy people are building new house and moving in them. And not letting others steal from them anymore, or try to live their lives. A new beginning for my readers, and audiences.
People lives are changing right before others eyes. This book has brought about the big change we all have been looking for. Curl up, and relax with this one, because this is love and some people say that love can move mountains.
This book Second Time Happy is full of family funk picnics, family dinners, boat rides and book signings.
Love triumphs the highest and deepest emotion of the human heart were there are also innocence, sincerity, faithfulness, and finally true love.
In my story telling I use a lot of color with my paintbrush just like an artist would paint. Orchid Island is full of color. When I talk about Elizabeth moving into the castle, I used my paintbrush. It’s funny how we wanted to live like our parents. When I was with my Caucasian family they live in an apple orchard. Elizabeth wants to live like her parents. I took my dream and my paintbrush and made many colors. That part is my dream.
In the story Orchid Island I talk about the River Boat. When I was a kid, I would go out on the dock and look out and see the boat and ships coming in from the Costa Rica. This was when I was in Florida with my Grandmother and mother. The Indian River was so beautiful, and the sunsets over it.
Orchid Island is in the Indian River area. My Caucasian parents and My Grandmother was business partners. That is how the whole thing started. In the story when I’m talking about Elizabeth’s partner, Patrick and their relationship, that is the close relationship that I saw in my grandmother and my Caucasian dad (not the romance part.) I used my paintbrush again. On Orchid Island Elizabeth gets her inheritance from God. God is so good. He not only a good God, he is a Just God. This book is very dear to me, I put all my experience together, because of my aunt Ruth, and my Caucasian parents I promise her that I would write, not knowing at the time that was going to be a writer. This book taught me he to survive. It’s all about love once again. It’s funny how love just keeps on going on.
When you go to the Indian River area, and you cross the Wabasso Bridge, you are in Sebastian. You won’t be too far from the Sebastian inlet, only maybe four miles. After crossing the bridge, look to the left and you will see the wooden house by the river and the wooden boat dock the big house is on the side.
I thought it would be interesting to write something about Orchid Island because Prince Charles lives on the island when he come from London. Which makes the island more popular. There are lots of castles, horses.
My parents blended me, by adding alternately the black and the Caucasian. When I was growing up and it took both black and Caucasian for me to make it. People look at my achievements and they see something different. I’m the Black Caucasian all right. If it weren’t my enemies would have run all over me by now. Trust me. Our parents are great aren’t they? My God parents are Caucasian. They live right in Miami, area. They were appointed by God to walk with me at all times. It looks like I’m alone. I’m never alone.
 Boy as I glad. Thing were put in our kids never go away. It stays forever. Please believe me.
In the story 'm talking about the American Indians some because in Wabasso there are lots of Bahamians and Indians, Caucasians and Hispanic people. In my first book is more about my life with my black family, and how Elizabeth can do so many things at one time because of her upbringing. She is a genius in the story; Elizabeth has great mental capacity and inventive ability. It was my grandmother that was so wise and had great wisdom, that’s why my Caucasian dad had her as a partner in his business. She was old enough to be his mother. My Caucasian dad and my mother were the best of friends, not lover’s just friends. It looks real good to a kid, I’m telling you. It had a great influence in my life. He would do anything with my mother, go anywhere– it wasn’t sex, he was so in love with my Caucasian mother, she and my mother were breath taking, they were some beautiful women.
In the book the strong love relationship was with my Caucasian parents and black parents. Both sets of parents had a very strong love for each other. He would come home in the middle of the day with a headache and all of sudden she would get the same headache. They would go to their bedroom and stay there for hours, until dinner was served.
Orchid Island is full of color and ideas I gave my audience a slash of color. In the story Elizabeth has so much responsibilities, like writing, book signing, publishing her own books, cooking for the River boat that comes in from Costa Rica and key Biscayne every evening for dinner and to hear her sing.
Also in my book I gave my audience another slash of color when I made peace with everyone. I’m talking a little about the multi-cultural community here in Miami, especially my close relationship with my black and Caucasian families.
There is another slash of color. Elizabeth and her business partner Patrick, because my Caucasian dad and my grandmother were so wonderful and he stands by her side in anything she wants to do in business. I wanted that part to be in lights.
There is a slash of color that I give my reader something exiting to read because in the story we have a Rodeo, cowboy, a Harley Davidson guy, all the lawyers friends and judge’s friend that are in her home town, I wanted the whole world to see fun, joy, love, and peace in the highest.
And also how romance is on an Island, how love is on a River. It’s nothing like the Island Girl.
In The Manuscript of a Black Caucasian, I’m telling how Caucasian people are beautiful, and black is beautiful. I’m going to tell you something else because of love and beauty, none of what happens was because of sex, and that’s what makes me happy.
Take chapter one, I wrote this in behalf of my black parents and Caucasian parents. I wanted mankind to see that Black people and Caucasians love each other. I’m still holding on to the love that they gave me, and I am sharing that love with the world.
I’m taking about my relationship with my Caucasian dad and black daddy and when I say Dad that means Caucasian dad, when I say Daddy it’s my black daddy. I will never get them mixed up, because each is his own kind. In my first chapter I want my reader to see how close everyone was, and how caring. Elizabeth was gong to have a baby at a very young age. Her Caucasian dad walked with her every step of the way. Elizabeth’s dad supported her in everything she wanted to do, although his heart was aching.
Chapter two, I wrote about my relationship with both of my parents. My dad and daddy, how we would go places together, but not at the same time, I live six months of the year up north and six down south. The part about benjie would talk to the crowds was the way that my Caucasian dad would talk to people who worked for him.
Chapter three, I wrote about how Elizabeth experienced lots of traveling. Scenes are in the Bahamas. The Bahamas are so beautiful. When I started to write I picked the Bahamas because my grandfather was a Bahamian seaman, and the beaches are beautiful. I wrote how they celebrate things and their cookouts, street dancing and how they like to drink rum. I found so many Miller’s, my grandfather’s family, in the Bahamas.
The Bahamians history I wrote about because my grandfather was a part of it. I feel like I’m a part of the development of the islands.
There are songs that Elizabeth sings throughout the book. That’s the part of me that sings. Oh how I love to sing.
Chapter four, I wrote about my close relationship with my black parents. How we lived and loved the scenes in my book that I wrote about the high life-style of Elizabeth's Caucasian family. They were very rich.
There was tragedy in my Caucasian family's lives. Chapter eighteen, I tell that it happened to Elizabeth, but in real life it happened to Elizabeth Caucasian mother, she died. The story is well written.
Early in the story I’m talking about my sister, and my sister Mease, that I love so much, and how we were so close and shared secrets. And my other sisters and brothers were a very close family. I have two Caucasian brothers that live here in Miami, they both are Lawyers. I have a very, very, beautiful family.

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