Tribute to Trixie

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Welcome to my personal tribute to Trixie Belden.

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Don't know whether to call what follows a tribute or a confession. A little of both, it was created as a speech presented to my co-workers in which I confessed, for the first time publicly, my obsession with all things Trixie.

About a year ago, my co-workers and I had some training on public speaking and, at the conclusion, each of us had to give a speech on whatever we wanted. Determined I was NOT going to bore them with something work-related, I had a difficult time choosing a topic. My dear husband suggested Trixie. The resultant speech and powerpoint may not have been the best written, nor the best presented, but it was well-received. I discovered one co-worker still has an entire set of "Deluxes" that she is saving for her daughters and several others were persuaded to buy books for the young girls in their lives.

I stole alot of information and photographs from other websites for the powerpoint. I DID get advance permission and later thanked people, and I thank them again. Several people asked to see the accompanying powerpoint. I tried emailing it, but had technical difficulties, probably due to the size of the document. I'm just now getting around to posting it on this website if anyone is interested in viewing it.

So, if there is anyone out there interested following is...

Confessions of a Trixieholic