Home is Spring City, Tennessee – it’s where we find our small piece of paradise. Married to Scott since ‘99 and ‘07 (love each other so much we did it twice!), we share our large home with Taz the Chihuahua, Angel a blind, diabetic wiener dog on steroids, Munky, a mixed Chihuahua, Sola the Siamese cat & our exterior “homeland” security is performed by Diesel & Beulah the Fila Brazilieros (Brazilian Mastiffs).
I was born and raised in French Quebec, established myself in the U.S., in 1998 & became a US citizen in August 2010. Scott originates from Michigan but has lived in many other areas.
We both have adult children. Scott has 2 boys and 2 girls and between the boys we have 5 grand-children.
My daughter & her husband live in Ottawa, Canada and are expecting their first child in April 2011. Do I have to tell you how excited I am? Very excited!
My passion for my critters pales in comparison to my husband’s for technology. He’s the tech guy! You can find him either at his tech blog “Big Bald Guy” or maybe hire him to create a site for you. You’ll find all you need to know about that on Parish Geeks. He specializes in Catholic new media but can build a site for anyone. Scott knows more about technology than anyone I know – he’s so on top of all of this stuff. He’s currently studying Pope John Paul II’s, “Theology of the Body” under Christopher West which we in turn teach to our high school seniors at our parish. More important about Scott is his love for God and his strive to always do His will. Scott’s most precious gift to me was bringing the Lord in my life.
As members of St Mary Church we strive to live as our Catholic faith teaches with acts of love and charity and we hope and pray to have many, many more years together and to be able to continue to share the blessings we have.
Scott & I are volunteer members of the SCAN program (Senior Citizens Awareness Network), organized by the Rhea County Sheriff’s department. Twice a month we visit our senior citizen friends and make sure everything’s all right.
It’s not how many blessings you have that counts, it’s what you do with them.