Hi, my name is Bonnie Pelletier Donahue. I am a woman in long term self-discovery. I am an entrepreneur with several diverse businesses. My heart is in with a family business that my father Edward “Eddie” Pelletier established in 1976. Since I was about 8 years old, I wanted to work for my dad. He is a master manifester a sharp businessman with a kind and compassionate heart. He can do anything he wanted to do fearlessly. He taught me hard work and consistency would equal success in your business. So when I turned 18, I decided to take him up on the offer, and he began to retire for three months a year to Florida. I had a family and thoroughly enjoyed motherhood. I had experienced an illness with a brain hemorrhage. That was when the Tim Mcgraw song became popular “Live like you were dying”
I began my quest to do what I wanted to do with my life. My life was no Hollywood film. For me, the pathway to Grace was filled with potholes and ditches. The only thing I did right was never given up.
After my second divorce, I figured that the problem was me; I was the common dominator. That was when I made the changes needed to become the woman God had intended me to be. But for the Grace of God, I have not found it necessary to pick up a drink or a drug since October 16, 2011.
I have been able to open an air b n b; I really enjoy hosting guests from all over the world. I also fulfilled a dream and became a yoga instructor. I also teach yoga in treatment facilities, on beaches, and at schools. What a gift it was to take six months and study the Gita and yoga sutras.
Today I am the mother and the friend and finally partner with a man that God had always intended me to be.
I do my best every day to as Tim Mcgraw suggested:” I live like I am dying”.