About Me: I grew up singing at church and school. I have 3 older sisters and one older brother. Only 5 kids and I was the youngest. My sisters swear they raised me! Church was a way of life when I was young. Our father was a minister, our mother was very active in women's groups and some church school teaching. I didn't know how lucky I was growing up in a neighborhood where other active church members lived. I witnessed the grass roots growth in the area where the church was just organizing. The church was RLDS then and now The Saints church. I turned 12 in late 1967 and became a child of the era. That was a mistake! My disabilities led me to a military retirement that I picked up when I served in the Army from 1973-1976. Since 1998 I've led the life of a retired person and won't trade it for anything.
There are no "do-overs" in life only fresh beginnings. I've had many fresh beginning moments. I enjoy life and I enjoy the people I meet where ever they may be. That leads me to Cimorelli and the wonderful singing the ladies share with us. They bring memories to me as well as forming new experiences to remember.
I've loved music as long as I can remember and sang as long as I can remember. I was lucky enough to grow up during the British Rock Invasion in America. My family was only 5 children with 3 girls and 2 boys. Our home was not as busy as the Cimorelli home, but it seems familiar. :)d0 Comments