At age 5, she dreamed of being a princess; a specific kind of princess that lived in a European castle with the high brick towers that seemed to touch the clouds.
At age 10, she dreamed to enter C. S. Lewis’ world through the wardrobe where she would take on her favorite character of Lucy as she explored the world of Narnia.
At 15, she dreamed of becoming the best humanitarian in the world, solving all of the world’s problems and placing it all on her shoulders. She planned to do this through the use of politics and foreign affairs, although she had no idea how.
Like many other girls, to teenagers, to women, Carolyn Poteet had her own dreams and aspirations as she grew up.