About

Hello and thanks for stopping in!

I’ve been blogging for several years and find that I enjoy it quite a bit.  Writing has become a very important part of my life.  I write mostly poetry these days.  I also write short stories, fiction and true stories.  You will also see posts about my day to day life at times.  The page is my canvas, the world my pallet.

I am working on 2 novels that I hope to finish before i die.  🙂

My life has been quite diverse, to say the least.  My first few years of life were spent in the woods of the Pacific Northwest.  My father was a timber-faller.  We lived in a shack with no electricity or running water.  Later on, my mother married a migrant worker. We lived in Picker’s Cabins, tents or the back of the station wagon. My parents did whatever it took to follow the fruit and make a living.

Some of what you will see here is based on these life experiences.   Other posts come from other inspiration.

If you would like to contact me personally, please fill out the form on my Contact page and I will get back to you as soon as I can!

I hope you enjoy!
Penny

39 thoughts on “About

  1. gawd amighty girl…you have enuf speriences for 4-5 novels…or tie then together in sequence…I want to read that or them when they are done…with the countryside and different people I can just imagine the richnesss of your descrptive sentencing..wow…I shiver in anticipation. your are probably thinking I am BSing you…I assure you I am not…good luck lady…make that background count.

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  2. Sounds like you have a very interesting background. Makes for some intriguing inspiration for great writing!

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  3. Wow! Nice to meet you. Your background is indeed fascinating and I’m sure it must give you a lot of inspiration. I’m lookimg forward to reading your blog!

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  4. Thank you for following my blog. You more than most will have a better appreciate for the beauty our world holds. I too got to experience the ‘great outdoors’ as a child and a youth It helped to make me who I am.

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    1. Thank you Joanna! If you get to the PNW, stay away from the cities, Portland, etc. Head to the smaller towns or to the coast. You will be rewarded with much beauty! If you really want to see some pretty stuff just Google “Umpqua River”. Gorgeous! I miss it!

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