Ann Lloyd

Biography

After being widowed by a well-known Cleveland socialite, Ann Lloyd continued a journey with world travel escapades. In the early 1950’s she and her second husband were disillusioned with the decadent social scene, ventured out and discovered the tiny, rarely traveled “Lost Island of the Caribbean.” Within six months we had completely packed up, with our three young children, leaving the old life and friends behind in Ohio, to pioneer a completely new world in the Bahamas. The scuba diving resort that we built and managed for fifteen years became quite well known. Widowed a second time after her husband’s fatal plane crash, she moved to Florida. Here the saga continued with the third husband, the purchase of a new tavern business, and bouts with substance abuse. After six years of sobriety, thanks to a Twelve Step program, she had a complete personality change which enabled her to face a bizarre illness with a positive approach towards healing. This was not the end of her life but a new beginning from which she gained much knowledge about herself, and finally the spiritual growth to continue with a happy and peaceful life. Through those years of recovering with her intuition more finely tuned, she recorded even more intense observations and amazing insights during encounters with unusual humans and animals.

Books

Vodka On My Wheaties
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 153,890. Language: English. Published: March 19, 2011 by John Guevin. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Woman biographies
"Vodka On My Wheaties" is like no other book you have ever read. The events that have happened to Ann Lloyd are only seen on the silver screen, but all of her stories are non-fiction. Her book reads like a novel even though it's an autobiography. "Vodka On My Wheaties" is filled with a humorous potpourri of real life happenings for a wide range of people to enjoy.

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