About Me

I’ve worked in the office world for over 20 years, my favorite place was working in Banking. I used to love being active; camping, hiking, skiing (downhill & water), rafting, and hunting and more. This is all in the past tense, because now I get to see the world from a whole different angle.  In 2001 I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, my world changed and it’s been tons of fun ever since. Now, writing poems and short stories is what I really enjoy. Also exploring family history (even history in general) is my passion.
I’ve survived over 30 years of  marriage, ha ha. I grew up in California, got married to my high school sweetheart and moved to Idaho. We started our family right away, and had a beautiful daughter, who has already grown up, and is starting her own family. So the family continues, I love being a grandmother, the grand kids keep me going (and wear me out – ha, ha) still they always make my day!

I’m very grateful to my husband, who I’ve found out is a man of many talents, one being the best caretaker EVER. My daughter is much like her father, a natural helper to anyone around her, and has been very supportive with my needs. Life is GOOD.


2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. unfetteredbs April 1, 2014 at 2:29 am Reply

    Lovely to meet you


  2. Coley Christine January 21, 2014 at 3:34 am Reply

    Hey! Thank you for re-blogging my post today. I enjoyed reading about who you are– sounds like you’ve been through a lot but I’m glad to see that you didn’t let your struggles rob you of your joy. Happy blogging 🙂


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