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America at Large

California Woman Talks About Love, The Recall, and Wildfires
By Ricky Allen
Nov 3, 2003 - 5:22:00 PM

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SACRAMENTO, CA -- In the heart of California, beyond the state's recall election and wildfires, a young lady keeps her dreams alive of one day becoming a singer.

Meet 26-year-old Stephanie Dale, a singer who is known by her fans as Stephanie Layne.

Born and raised in Sacramento, Dale is the youngest of four children, and was raised in a single parent home.

"My mom is the most awesome woman in the world. She is my best friend," Dale said.

Her thoughts on having a family of her own one day, however, seem defeated, but she's persistent in her quest to find her one true love.

"Umm that's tough," she said.

"Yes I would like to have a family of my own," Dale said. "Right now it's just me and my cat, Chloee. I was told when I was 18 that I have a slim to none chance of having kids."

She didn't explain who told her that or why, but her goals of being happily married have not been discouraged. However, the road to that happiness has been trying for her."I've been engaged four times.  I've had a bad track record so far, so we'll see."

From love to life, her thoughts on the world around her are general. Living in a state that recently put a world famous Hollywood actor in office, her thoughts on the subject started off with  "Ah yes, the recall, " almost as if she knew I was going to ask her something about it. "I think it was a good idea. It was time for him to go. We needed some fresh meat in office."

Talking about California also brought led me to another question - The wildfires; an event she hopes won't merge in the War on Terror.

"I didn't have anyone effected in the fires, but it's crazy isn't it? The only thing I didn't like that I had heard was they thought it was a terrorist act. They think anything major that happens that is terrorism and that's wrong. It's sad for a nation to be scared like that."

She also said that she felt the country was a little trigger-happy. She does support America's mission in Iraq. "I think we should fight for our country, or everyone will think we can be walked on. We are the strongest nation out there."

So for the California blonde that has a striking resemblance to actress Drew Barrymore, and who won best female country entertainer in a state competition in California three years ago, Dale has a lot to sing about. With so much going on in the world today, she shouldn't have a problem with finding inspiration.

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