Lesli's Blog

A Word of Life's Joy

  • REFLECTIONS

    16 May
    Survival. A simple word with many variations both in meaning and impact. It is so simple. ...
  • Morning’s Golden Light

    27 June
    Dawn again stretches and wipes the glittering stars from its eyes as another day begins anew ...

What Readers Are Saying
About Lesli's Story

  • “The honesty you shared about your life is simply amazing. I traveled every step of the way with you. Everyone will want to read this.”

    Dene Davis Stylist
  • “Your story is the most compelling concerning the impact of dioxin exposure during the Vietnam War. I am proud of your service.”

    Lem IV Corps SVN 214 Combat Aviation Battalion Headquarters Company "Cougars" VINH LONG Army Air Base
  • “I am completely consumed by reading your book. I’ve laughed and I cried. It is an easy read and a page turner.”

    Kimberly Tharpe Banking Executive
  • “I LOVE IT! I’m so glad you told your story. Love everything – cover, writing, back, top, bottom, and it is AWESOME!”

    Colonel David W. Sutherland (Retired US Army)
    Executive Director
    Dixon Center
    Friend, Inspiration, and Supporter
  • I rarely (maybe never?) recommend books to read, but my good friend, Lesli Moore Dahlke, wrote one that is VERY refreshing! “The Best is Yet to Come”. Sure, she has 3 cancers from agent orange exposure (two that are still active), but the book is hilarious! She’s had a very “colorful” life and it’s full […]

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  • “I have read only the first 126 pages, and I am just, well, astonished! You have done such a masterful job of “stating” all of your challenges.”

    Gerald L. Adler Entertainment Industry Executive
    Educator
  • “As a Vietnam veteran, I wish you the best in your brave struggle with cancer. I will keep you in my prayers.”

    Dave Skocik Dover, DE
    Member of Vietnam Veterans of America