When I was in elementary school, my teachers’ primary complaint was always that I daydreamed too much. Now I know it was only early training. I love the potential of a good “what if” and cannot resist the lure of that next morsel of information that might make it all click together. In life, to me, there is nothing better than the unknown.
On one hand I’m always changing. I’ve been a history teacher, a sailor, a secretary, a maid at a resort, an emergency room assistant, a telemarketer, a nuclear laundress (someone has to clean the radioactive clothing), a waitress (the worst one ever) and the list continues. You never know what you’ll catch me doing next month. Yet there are some things that never change for me… I adore my son and daughter. I love my husband. I would do anything for my family and friends. I throw my head back and scare babies when I laugh. And I will never stop writing.