As a child my Mom and Grandmother (Ma) would always tell me I had an old soul. I grew up in a small county town in Texas the State I Love. I am a child of the Alamo and The Yellow Rose. If I could I would love to live back in the 1800's. I was country when it wasn't cool. I am a proud FFA Alumni Member and thank the Warren FFA Chapter for so many things I learned. I guess people would say that I was poor growing up, but for me I was rich. We always had a roof over our head, food on the table and lots of love to go around. I lived next to my Grandparents and spent so much time with them, if only I had a few more minutes with them what a blessing that would be. My Daddy taught me how to hunt (and I don't miss at anything I am shooting at) fish and I was driving a boat at the age of three. My Mom taught me to always respect myself because if I did not then no one else would. My cousins are the best we spent the summers and weekends together. I will always treasure those memories. I have one not so little brother any more, but he will always be my baby brother.
I enjoy genealogy and have found out so much about myself. Mostly I am Hungarian and Irish. I am married to my husband of 25 years and I am looking forward to the next 25 years. We have a beautiful daughter that is 14 she keeps us very busy. I enjoy quilting when I am not writing.
The first book was written because I was in a car wreck that could have killed me all because of a person driving while texting. I will live with the pain and problems from that wreck for the rest of my life. His insurance policy was not even enough to cover my medical. Please do not text and drive.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my web page. Vaya Con Dios my friends.