I've always wanted to be a writer. Unfortunately that's what I've always been, a wanna-be. I'm hoping to change that.
Its a toss-up which is more important to me, my family or my computer. I love my family but my computer is less annoying.
The greatest influences in my life were two women who never met each other. My mother, who died when I was fifteen, taught me to be understanding, accepting, and generous. Dr. Ruth McQueen, a professor at my junior college, taught me to believe in my intelligence.
Life is like a coin-toss. Heads you lose and tails you lose, but if the coin happens to stand on edge, you LOSE!
When all else fails, I read the manual.