May 8, 2014 at the Garden Café
“Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.” – Stephen King
In December 2003 I received a delightful family letter where the three Segura children named themselves the “Three Cookies.” I fell in love with Hannah and her two brothers—it became a mutual friendship and later the “Three Cookies” called me their “On location Grandma.”
Over the years I’ve received many cards from Hannah. Her artwork developed with each year.
Lionhearted Kat: Share a bit of your background, Hannah. I know your art work, your drama and your music, but help our readers to understand where you are right now.
Hannah: Being homeschooled, from an early age I was able to develop and focus on my talents, drawing just about every day through my teenage years. I now attend the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where I’m studying Graphic Design, and I’ll also be studying musical theater since it’s another one of my passions. As a senior in high school, I directed and played the role of Eponine in “LesMiserables” with a cast of 60 homeschoolers.