1. While in high school I was a hospital volunteer because I thought I wanted to be a nurse. Why I would even consider this occupation remains a mystery to me even now because I’m squeamish at the sight of blood. In fact, when our oldest son, Ted, got hit in the face with a baseball bat, I fainted. I won’t even tell you my reaction when Ted went through a plate glass window and sliced open his arm.
2. I like to work Sudoku puzzles. I try to work a puzzle every day, and after five years I still haven’t mastered the HARD section. I don’t even attempt the CHALLENGER ones. My husband, Wayne, can finish off a puzzle in a few minutes and my granddaughter, who is twelve, solved the puzzle the Internet declared as the most difficult one ever created. Meanwhile, I struggle with the medium section.
3. Wayne and I live on five acres, and I built a pirate fort for my grandchildren on our property. The fort has a large deck around the outside that holds a cannon and several barrels with nets. There is a cross and skull bones on the door, a pirates’ flag and black shutters. What I enjoy most is seeing their imaginations run wild, inventing stories while playing with their cousins.
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