Mike

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Gender FEMALE
Location Mobile, Alabama, United States
Introduction Hello World, Christian, wife & mother & new Grammy - that's just a few of my titles. I love & am devoted to God, my husband, child & grandchildren completely. My extended family is also a large part of who I am, (including our pets), I love them, too. On another level I am a bibliophile, budding writer, truth-seeker, gardener, art journaler & paper manipulator. In a perfect world, (with a constant temperature of approximately 80 degrees), I would be able to pursue my interests out of doors in the sunshine all the time! Without fear of contradiction I refer to myself as a country girl. City life does not suit me at all. I need space, sun, green & growing things, animals, freedom, flowers, etc. (You get the idea?). Simplicity is important in my day-to-day affairs. I do not function optimally under the constraints of society today. (It depresses me to think we have been reduced to beings who feel the need judge our fellow humans by the clothes they wear or the vehicle they drive. How distressingly sad.) My soul needs to give & receive love, love, love. Here, for your perusal, is a peek into my heart.
Favorite Movies I'm not much of a movie watcher but there are a few that have made an impact. Harvey (Jimmy Stewart) is my all time favorite movie. Pay It Forward touched me. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Boris Karloff) has been dear to my heart since childhood.
Favorite Books I've read thousands. Almost all of them had some value. Reading is my one lasting passion. The Holy Bible KJV - my guide through this life. The Davinci Code (Dan Brown) was fun. My Sweet Charlie (David Westheimer) changed the way I thought as a young adult. The Stand (Stephen King) was good. Wicked (Gregory Maguire) was a fun romp. The Greatest Salesman In The World (Og Mandino) was wonderful. Flowers For Algernon (Daniel Keyes) broke my heart. Poemcrazy (Susan Wooldridge) has opened up the world of poetry to me again. Writing Down The Bones (Natalie Goldberg) is giving me direction to become a better writer. Choosing is nearly impossible but these are a few to give you an idea.