About me and this blog

In the process of reconstruction….check back soon!

After deleting my previous “About me,” I wrote the brief statement above to let people know I was working on re-defining my little self-description.  Now that I’m finally getting around to updating this info, I’ve decided to leave that line because it epitomizes me, my life and this blog. All are a work in progress, one which will never be polished to perfection or complete. None of this will be finished until my soul leaves my body and my fingers can no longer fly over the keyboard.  After which the blogosphere will be the keeper of my history and lessons learned.

For anyone who might be visiting here for the first time, this is the place where I ponder, question, rant, cry, laugh, make fun of myself, and hopefully, help myself to grow personally, emotionally, and spiritually.

I’m quite a bit beyond middle age. Unless I live into my one-hundred’s. In that case I’m still a youngster. But I feel young and I love being where I am today. I love being who I am today.  I’m happy.

I take care of myself, probably not as well as I should, but that’s okay because it leaves room for improvement. I strive for progress, not perfection. I exercise regularly (mostly) and eat well, ( always) thanks to my husband who is a wonderful cook, and does it all for me.   I  love to bake. Especially Christmas cookies.

I don’t practice any organized religion, but I have a strong and deep belief in a Higher Power with whom I try to communicate on a daily basis, but like everything else, there’s lots of room for improvement there as well.

I work a full-time and I love, love, love my free time, which I’m always complaining I don’t have enough of.

I have two grown kids, a daughter and a son.

I don’t smoke. I don’t drink. And don’t do drugs. But it hasn’t always been that way. If you want to find out more, it’s in the blog.

If I had the opportunity to make one life change without being scared to death, I would quit my job and write full-time. But at this point in my life, it would be financial suicide. So for now I’ll do my best and hope for the best.

Thanks for stopping by.







  1. You are delightful~

    • Thanks!!!!

  2. I see a loving,caring,generous,strong,funny,talented,intelligent lady that I am proud to know and be a part of her life

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