I’m pretty simple. Love the quiet life. Doing my best, to do my best, for God and family. I live in a small farming town in Eastern Oregon since 2013. Previously I had spent 46 years in Alaska and upon retirement, moved to my new forever home. We have a small place of six acres, a few fruit trees, a few farm animals, and a few dreams. We love it here and do our best to be an asset to our small community. We have a lazy and fat yellow lab named Murphy, a crazy Himalayan cat named Oscar (the Grouch), and a blind cat name “cat-cat” who is more than 18 years old. Our horses, Sunflower and Lacy, are a joy to watch as they prance about their field, golden manes flying, graceful feet dancing to their own music. We will be adding chickens to the mix this spring. My passion for graphic design fits right in with my mission to capture the stories and photos of past generations. I am married to a great guy, and we have a blended family of seven grown children and 14 grandchildren...
This is a scrap of my grandchildren at the Alaska Sealife Center, in Seward, Alaska. They were mesmerized by the Beluga Whales. And, the whales seemed to be just as interested in children.
I made the tag and flower - papers are Marisa's. The journal card says "Change is the essence of life. Be willing to surrender who you are, for what you will become...."
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