Meet Peg

My life has been a kaleidoscope of change, though I suppose most of us can say the same.
I won't take you back to 'the beginning', that would take too much time and space, and probably bore you to death. But I will start at a pivotal point in my life.

When divorce ended my first marriage, and the kids were in their late teens, I left northern Wisconsin and headed for the desert southwest, alone, to the arid and warm temperatures of Las Vegas, a far cry from the north woods where I suffered so severely from the cold.

A few years later, I met and married a cowboy from West Texas, one of my co-workers at a wonderful job God blessed me with. It was the second interview the employment agency sent me out to, and I was hired on the spot. Rather unprecedented in a transient town like Las Vegas. Andfor a 40-yr-old gal who'd only been in town for two weeks. God is good.
I remained in Las Vegas for almost thirty-three years. Then my husband passed away in October of 2012, and now I find myself back in northwestern Wisconsin. What's that old saw, what goes around, comes around? I find that a little ironic, but this is where my kids, grand- and great-grandkids are. 
I've always been an avid reader, even as a child, after I learned my ABC's.
I never aspired to be a writer, until one day, shortly after my 50th birthday, I grew irritated with the book I'd just finished reading. It was pretty lame, and I talked about it with a friend. She said, "Why don't you write your own book?"
And I've never looked back. I'm sure God knew this all along. He just patiently waited for me to slow down, stop for a moment, and listen to His whispers. He's like that, you know.
A Few of my Favorite Things
My dog, Rocky

Reading - mostly on my Kindle these days


Listening to instrumental music on Pandora as I write

Playing logic puzzles and word games on my Kindle

Where to Find Me