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About me

Gender FEMALE
Industry Education
Occupation Retired Medical Research Secretary, University of Michigan
Location Summerfield,, Central Florida, United States
Introduction Happily married!!! Anniversary: May 17th. Have lived in: Michigan, Illinois, North Carolina, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Delaware, Tennessee, and now, Florida.
Interests First, of course, is my wonderful family, husband, daughter, son, their spouses, grand-children and great-grandchildren, sister and brother, and their spouses and families, friends, and the doings and concerns of all of my lovely Jessaholic family . . . . Learning about all the things I don't know!!! (of which there are millions). Reading, Music, Sports, Appreciating all the wonders of our universe that our Creator has given us! And, as my mother's motto in her high school yearbook stated: "Learn as if you were to live forever . . . and Live as if you were to die tomorrow!" (I believe Gandhi said something very similar!!!) But it suits me fine, because it reminds me to learn continually . . . it keeps the mind awake, and you never know when you might need what you're learning . . . . and, it also reminds me that we should never leave words (like "I Love You", "Thank You", or "I'm Sorry") unsaid, or things undone that we would have regrets about! So, stop procrastinating!! (that last was a message to myself!!!)
Favorite Movies Casablanca, Pretty Woman, Sleepless in Seattle, Man from Snowy River and Return to Snowy River, An Affair to Remember
Favorite Music Enya, Zamfir, Roger Whitaker, Big Bands, Margo Smith, Ann Murray
Favorite Books #! - The Bible, the greatest instruction book and self-help book ever written, and written out of love for us!! It is up to us to get the most out of it by applying what we learn, and by sharing that knowledge with others!!, I also liked Lonesome Dove, The Shellseekers, and, in particular, biographies and autobiographies

What things would YOU do, if you could live forever, in a peaceful world , . . .a world, free of wars and suffering?