This is my bio page. All the experts in publicity say you have to have one. Here is mine.
The unofficial title of this blog is: “I Had to Laugh.” It is my contention in practically all areas of life, if you don’t laugh you’ll start crying and never stop. Hence the name.
I grew up in North Idaho, joined the United States Air Force at 18–Jimmy Carter and I served our country together–and married at 19. I was an unspectacular aircraft mechanic and a pretty good wing training geek. Those were the days when computers took up acres and still had less computing power than my antiquated flip phone. I left the service when Reagan was inaugurated. That figures. I joined just in time for the Carter military decimation years and left just as another president was trying to restore some respect.
The Husband and I moved to Missouri to to be near his family. We stayed for seven years, having two kids in the process. Then, in 1989 we moved to Portland, Oregon to start a church.
Now I write novels with the hopes of making a living. The fascinating modern age in which we live makes that a possibility.
From my lips to God’s ears.