“I’ve had a couple of people say, ‘You must be a woman.
You’re so beautiful.
You must be so special,'” she said.
“I was so happy to hear that.
It really means a lot.”
She said she was in a “perfect storm” of emotions when she got to the lake.
“My whole life, my whole life’s been a struggle with my body, my mind, my emotions.
I was always looking for a cure for everything.
So I was kind of like the ‘I can’t believe you’re in pain, you must be feeling really sad,'” she explained.
“The only thing I had in my life that I could control was my body.
“It was just beautiful and I was so grateful for it. “
I had been in love with the area and just felt so lucky to be in a place where I was,” she said, adding that she hopes to stay in Tahoe for life. “
It was just beautiful and I was so grateful for it.
I had been in love with the area and just felt so lucky to be in a place where I was,” she said, adding that she hopes to stay in Tahoe for life.
“And I just really want to stay.”
Lake Worth, in the Mojave Desert, is a popular destination for boaters and beachgoers who frequent the area for its unique sand dunes and sandy beaches.
Some locals also believe the lake is a hidden treasure.
According to local legend, Lake Worth is a secret burial ground where the remains of drowned sailors were buried.
Some believe the site is home to a lake full of treasure.