Hello 👋 & Welcome
My name is Luisa Natasha Parker, now you might be wondering 💭 Why I have two different names, my mother called me Luisa after her Maria Luisa and my father called me Natasha to remember a beautiful film actress Natalie Wood from Russia with Love a James Bond movie 🎥 My father loved movies and my grandfather D.K. Parker was one of the founding fathers of the Indian Film Industry as well as the Newspapers.
So I like to think my parents are with me always, as each one comes from different backgrounds my mother from a small village in the mountains 🏔️ in northern Spain 🇪🇸 Galicia. Whilst my father came from a very wealthy family background in India 🇮🇳.
They fell in love in London 🇬🇧 as they danced at the Empire building in Leicester Square 💃 🕺 They loved going to the movies 🎥. My father loved singing to my mum “I just met a girl called Maria” from Westside story.
As the story begins…
I was nearly born in a black cab 🚕 in London. I was seven months premature baby but my mum managed to arrive at St. Mary’s in Paddington where all the Royal Family in the uk 🇬🇧 are born and safely arrived into the world 🌎 at 1.2 kilos.
No finger nails, no hair just covered by wires left in an incubator until I was fit and strong enough to go home to my mum and dad.
As a small baby, the first of eight grand-daughters I had blonde curly locks. Loved flowers, the garden 🪴 and being outside with nature. From the hot summers in Spain to the oceans playing in the sand, searching for shells and splashing in the sea.
We then moved to Kent a small town called Edenbridge. In the gardens of Eden – Kent. This is where I would grow and learn at St. Andrew’s Covent.
Loved the open fields, the great Oak trees and little creatures I would find who were my friends. At 11 I was passionate about writing ✍️ drawing colouring and creating stories and one my first competition of book writing with my sweetheart Christopher.
In the afternoons I loved dancing 💃 tap and ballet 🩰 but would not be able to continue dancing as I would have to travel 🧳 to another city Tunbridge Wells.
Here I would learn about writing, reading and the world of books 📚 but also many other life lessons. In those days we would have to walk to the library to find information for our homework tasks. My parents even bought encyclopaedias to help us find the answers in 📕 books.
English language wasn’t my strongest subject and found it difficult to stand up and read in front of all the other students.
It wasn’t until I was 12 that my fascination for books grew. We read the Chaucer Tales, Macbeth, Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy and so many other wonderful books.
English Literature was another subject that was difficult as my teacher seemed to favour the other students who read lots of books.
I never thought I would be writing ✍️ my own books to support people with their self-esteem and confidence, to remember You are special like the World 🗺️ every day and that your dreams can come true – it’s time to believe in You with empowering loving 🥰 words of encouragement to support you on your own pathway of personal inner power and life challenges.
Books designed to inspire motivate and empower people to live a life filled with Freedom Love and Happiness and enjoy the Miracle Moments alone with your Soul.
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