Black Snow—A Salute to the Single Parent provides a view from the inside world of living without two parents in the household and the system put in place for the family’s survival. It exposes the dynamic six-step process that was used to keep the family functioning at a high level and in harmony. Black Snow takes us on the journey of discovering how the father’s whereabouts were located, why he left, why he stayed away, and how he lived and died.
“A heart-wrenching story of strength, love and dedication.”
“A story that will touch the hearts and soul of every parent and parent to be. It knows no boundaries.”
Camille was a driven woman and her life was controlled by the determination to accomplish those things that would make her proud. She would let nothing stop her from reaching her goals. She accomplished whatever she set out to do, including raising six children alone. She was very clear on her rules of how her household would run. She established herself as the parent in charge early on, and never relinquished her position and we never expected her to.
Tuli Langston is a graduate of Saint Louis University and holds a bachelor’s degree in communications disorders (speech therapy) with a lifetime certification to teach grades K-12. She has also published MaMa Said-MaMa Meant, a collection of MaMa’s ol’ school expressions, and holds a US patent for her invention of the Child’s Stadium Safety Seat.
Tuli is a retired Human Resources Manager and mother of three. She spends her time writing, speaking and gardening.