Got A's & B's in school & earned scholarship - chose not to go to college in 74-fell in love with altering reality for fun, music, dancing, lakes & forests, freedom, and a dude named Keith Wagner in Rockford, IL. Now folks who did go to college make the rules for what I know how to do best. (Warehousing pays better than teaching..) What can ya do?
Rambled south to Texas with Fred Seibold in 77. Best trip of life, & I've had a few.....
In truck parts distribution since '84. Now have a desk in the warehouse. I was the 1st woman to operate the forklifts. I now know the entire operation better than those who SHOULD know it, but they went to college, so they know what to do. I just advise and play Sherlock to solve problems in the background where I'm more comfy.
I've been widowed twice.
In May '09 - COPD/heart failure (Bruce @ 57) & brain problems in June '90 (Jeffery @ 33.) I'm 54 now & dating again like I'm 19. But the feelings have changed a bit - don't want to get too close again. Shoot, I wanted to play the field for awhile, but am monogamous at heart.
Blues bands, dogs, the woods, altering reality, reading voraciously, creating new memories, the Sun & Moon, rock concerts, travelling, people watching, sexy moments.....
Don't watch TV much - when I do, I look at news, history, sci-fi, fearnet, court TV.
Guilty secret - when I'm home from work, I like the Wendy Williams show.
Comedy and Horror - "'Life of Brian" by Monty Python is the movie that made me laugh the most; "Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things" was the coolest horror flick I saw, just 'cuz of it's novelty @ the time.