With an education and a dream to be a writer, the future of her life was in doubt.
But her perseverance in finding a way to live her dream was rewarded with a life of success.
As a child, she was a tomboy.
She had been teased by her older sisters for being girly and feminine, and was ostracized by her family.
By the time she was five, she had learned how to speak her mind, write, draw and sing, and by her early teens, she could write her own songs.
She was also the eldest of three children, and in high school she was the first in her family to graduate.
She eventually earned a master’s degree in English literature and then taught high school for two years.
Her career was on the rise and she was determined to take advantage of the opportunity.
At 17, she went to New York to meet her first agent, who wanted to take her on a writing assignment.
But that agent soon turned around and offered her a job writing for a television show.
“That was like a dream come true,” she recalls.
“It was just a wonderful feeling.
I had my dream and then I got to meet the best people in the world and I felt like I could do anything I wanted.”
For the next 15 years, she worked for the network and the New York Post.
She earned a degree in social psychology from Columbia University in New York, and later moved to Los Angeles to study journalism at USC.
But the network asked her to take a job in the studio where she was writing for the show.
She worked there for a year, working on projects like a musical that featured jazz legends, and for the final three years of her stint as a writer on the show, she wrote and directed her own series.
The first season of the show was about a young girl who, after having a miscarriage, is haunted by her childhood nightmares.
Her mother has her taken to a local church where she is made to sit through a “nightmare” of her childhood.
She is haunted for the rest of her days, and has nightmares about a future in which she is pregnant with a child who will be her only child.
She has to make the difficult decision to have the baby and the child is haunted.
The show became an instant hit, and eventually went on to be the highest-rated television show in history.
She received an Emmy Award for her work.
Then she landed her first TV gig, as a series regular on a new NBC comedy, The Office.
The success of the sitcom was such that NBC decided to buy the show and hire her as a recurring guest star.
She also began appearing in films, writing screenplays and producing television shows.
She also became the first female TV writer to win an Emmy award, for her debut episode of The Office, in which, for the first time, she is the boss of a female office manager, Angela.
But her success did not last long.
In 2012, NBC announced that it would no longer air the show because it did not fit its current programming schedule.
Her writing partner, Jim Rash, and producer Lisa Kudrow decided to leave the show to focus on her own projects.
But they had to cancel the next year, when they began filming the show in Europe.
By this time, her writing was on hiatus.
She continued to write on the side, but her writing schedule was now filled with other projects.
After being laid off, she started her own business, which has been called A Very Special Moment in Time, and continues to be one of the most successful in television history.
In her books, she has written about her experiences as a mother, a writer and a writer-artist.
She is best known as the lead in the NBC sitcom, “The Office,” and is also the host of “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” the ABC comedy “Parks and Recreation,” and the HBO comedy series “Girls.”
She is also an author, whose latest book is called “The Story of My Life.”
She wrote the story of her mother and her writing career for her book, and it is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and the National Geographic Book Store.