Friday, May 4, 2007

Generally about me

My greatest accomplishments; I am a mother of 2 girls and grandmother of 2 boys. I met my hubby in 1992 and took a while to realize that he was more than my friend.
A couple of years ago I was hit by a coffee truck while I was crossing at a cross walk and scrambled the few marbles in my head to the point of not being able to concentrate for more than a couple of hours on any one task. Boy, knocking your head on pavement sure does a number to your general perception of things, including the people around you.
I enjoy writing, reading and anything that doesn't include that terrible word that starts with an "E". I find that walking with no purpose has no purpose except letting others see that I know how to walk. In my home I have more things to do besides jumping up and down, scrambling around on the floor, and generally twisting myself into knots hurts too much to try again.
I have just recently joined an art group here in Brampton, Ontario. For those of you that don't know where Brampton is - it's now considered part of the Greater Toronto Area. Going to this art group is my form of exercise. I can kind'a draw and am learning to do shades and colors with colored pencil.
To find out more about me and see some pictures of my grandsons just click here and here.

1 comment:

James said...

I wanted to comment to the post Free Stuff.
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