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If you are here, we have something in common! Maybe you’re a grandparent? Maybe you’re a sassy pants? Most likely you are living a full life with ups and downs, like I am, with a smile, gratitude, and a kick-ass attitude.

I live in Boise, Idaho via California. I raised my family in Boise. I have two grown sons, and I’m honored to be their mother! I also have the most adorable grandchildren, Brielle, who is five, and Jojo, who is almost two. This grandparent gig is the best! Life hasn’t been perfect, and that’s what makes it perfect.

I  played competitive sports my entire life, in fact, professional Racquetball (yep) brought me to Boise. I am too slow for racquetball now, so golf and pickleball have become passions!

I love family, friends and damn good wine! I own a home based business, the first J.O.B. I have had after 30 years out of the job market. I am having the time of my life. I was the kid with the lemonade stand on the corner, so this was the perfect fit for my inner child entrepreneur.

I have a lot of information to share that I hope can help each of us along the way. I am happy you are here!

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