WHO IS REGINA GALE?
Regina Gale is an Author, Poet and Speaker who happens to be a mother, sister and friend who relishes and embraces being a creative being. Regina Gale is eclectic by nature and bona fide authentic in her approach to sharing any message. Now married to the passions of her youth and bearing fruit enhanced and enriched by experiences one can only garner through time.
She currently serves as the Director of Communications for the Friends of North Carolina Public Libraries and writes a monthly newspaper column called “Dancing Through Life by Regina Gale.
As the author of the newly released provocative and candid book “Sometimes He Buys Me Grapes,” Regina Gale dares to show vulnerability in this memoir about the song and dance of a woman’s life.
REGINA GALE IS…
The day I realized that I had become accustomed to receiving grapes as a way to ease the loss of who I used to be, was a come to Jesus moment for me.
I had to ask myself what happened to that humorous person who loved to sing and dance, and always made time for play with friends and relatives. Where was that person, who smiled with delight when walking in the rain on a warm summer day? That woman had super powers.
That day I decided that I no longer would settle for grapes. That day my super powers began to return. Today, I am happier than I have been in a long time.
With every page, I dare to share the candid experiences in the journey of my heart and my life. Even the ones that made me face why or how I could settle for a grape as anacceptable exchange for love.
I can now smile as I tell you that my giving up grapes was extremely expensive…ask my lawyer.
“Being a seasoned woman can be a wonderful thing.”