“Life is about second chances and fresh starts, forgiveness, and the things that can make the world more beautiful.”
Cinda grew up in Galion, Ohio with her parents, three brothers and sister, and many generations of family all living close by. The rural area was surrounded by cornfields, orchards, forests, ponds and lakes; all things that filled their young worlds with everything nature offers and boundless opportunities for exploration and discoveries.
She attended Columbus Business University and then Capital University Law School for her Paralegal Certification. A few months later she and her sister set out on a cross-country road trip that would change the direction of their lives. During that trip, Cinda interviewed with, and later began her career with Continental Airlines as a flight attendant. Working for the airlines offered many opportunities to travel around the world; from New Zealand and Guatemala to Europe, Russia and Africa. She also embraced a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend Paris Fashion Institute and live for an exciting month in Paris during their most famous fashion week. During this visit she studied design and had the honor of meeting many accomplished fashion designers while also being invited to the haute couture fashion shows. Cinda loved living in Paris and experiencing the intimate Parisian lifestyle.
After years of traveling together, Cinda’s mother encouraged her to write a book about her airline experiences. She realized that story was a stand-alone story, and instead began her book with the cross-country journey she took with her sister. That true story developed into a fictional story that became a vibrant, sassy, and sensual family saga that is interweaved with special life messages and dazzling details of people the sisters meet on their journey.
Cinda lives in The Woodlands, Texas which she says is the best little-big-town in Texas. Cinda plans to promote worldwide kindness to businesses and community organizations by offering Golden Heart contests and awards to encourage people to embrace the opportunity to offer kindness toward others to help make the world a kinder place.
“Sometimes we need to open our eyes wider to see the light, and open our hearts fully to encourage love and hope.”