In a Nutshell:
I am a wife, mother, sister, daughter, and friend.
I am a writer of fiction, grants, blogs, and non-fiction.
I am someone who gets inspired by all things creative.
I am a Development Director for a special needs school. The students and staff inspire me daily.
I do not watch a lot of TV, but if I do, I watch any type of BBC mystery series, Outlander, and (don’t judge) the Real Housewives.
A Little More Insight:
I do not believe it is a man’s world, but I personally live in a male-dominated one.
I am a wife, mother of two boys, a sister of two brothers, and a sister in-law of my husband’s four brothers. I am always outnumbered when it comes to deciding on movie choices; I have to watch my reality TV when no one is at home; and if you asked me what to purchase for a young girl, I would have to rely on the advice of my friends with daughters.
Growing up, my brothers told me that I was “too sensitive” and “such a girl.” It took me years to realize that being sensitive and a girl was good. That is what I hope to convey in my stories: accepting, liking, and believing in oneself.