About

Hello and thanks for stopping in!

This is a blog about me and my life experiences, stories I’m working on and maybe even a little poetry.
My life has been quite diverse, to say the least. My very early days 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. We did whatever it took to follow the fruit and the all mighty dollar.

Some of what you will read are memories of these events. Some is fiction, based on fact.  And some is pure jibberish that came out of my little pointed head!

The posts you will see is a way for me express myself. Some items have nothing to do with the past. Sometimes it’s about what I feel at the moment. Sometimes I get mushy and throw in some poetry.

Although my writing may be a bit random, it will give my friends and family a better picture of who I am.

I consider myself an ex-hippy.  I looked for Shangrila and at one time, thought I had found it!

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

15 Responses to About

  1. Blockader says:

    I found you. 🙂

  2. Joe says:

    Hi Penny…glad you are doping this..I especially liked the “that kiss” reminiscent huh? 🙂 Teach

  3. Rajiv says:

    Fantastic blog! I especially like your post – “Where Were YOU…?””

  4. Melissa says:

    Hi! Found your blog through Harsh Reality’s meet and greet. I love the look of your site and your writing. It’s like a delicious pastry for my brain. 🙂

  5. JoAnna says:

    Always wanted to visit the PNW. Most of the photos I fall in love with were taken in Oregon. What an interesting life!

  6. gc says:

    Good luck on your blogging and exercise regimen.

  7. quiall says:

    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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