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Living A Sparked Life

  • Nov 17, 2012
  • Lifesprk
  • 1-min Read

Maple Grove Magazine: Living A Sparked Life

When 92-year-old Carol Shaughnessy was just five years old, she began designing and sewing clothes. Even as a young girl she knew her passion and purpose.

But, in 1938, when Shaughnessy was 18 years old, she almost missed her chance at a clothing career. She was about to leave for college at Northwestern University in Chicago. She still remembers the conversation with her mother that changed everything. Read the full article…

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