Sunshine into the Lives of Others: The Inspiring Life Story of Beth L. Tielke

"Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves." – James Matthew Barrie

Sweet Sounds of Summer: Beth Tielke Shares Memories of her 20’s and 30’s

on November 24, 2014

This is the second in a series of life story interviews with Beth Tielke who always brings “sunshine into the lives of others”. In terms of this memoir-style blog’s theme, as Beth’s story unfolds in our interviews, I’ve labeled the second 20 years of her life as “Summer.” In this conversation, we focus on the season of summer–Beth’s memories of her 20’s and 30’s. I opened with this message:

“Life is a mixture of sunshine and rain, tear drops and laughter, pleasure and pain. Just remember, there was never a cloud that the sun couldn’t shine through.”

Press play below to hear our sunshine Beth’s fond memories of her husband and each of her seven children as they were growing up! For convenience, feel free to download it for future playback on your computer or download it on your phone to listen to it on your phone on iTunes or another music player. 🙂

I concluded the interview with this positive suggestion for the listening audience:

“Today, fill your cup of life with sunshine and laughter.”

One thing is for sure: this interview filled my cup with sunshine and laughter. I hope you enjoy hearing the stories as much as I did! Please feel free to leave your comments below or leave comments on the Sunshine into the Lives of Others: The Inspiring Life of Beth L Tielke Facebook page.

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One response to “Sweet Sounds of Summer: Beth Tielke Shares Memories of her 20’s and 30’s

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