I was born in Ottawa Ontario Canada, I lived there for my first 11 years then we moved to Montreal as my Dad was an Art Producer, Top Artist in North America in animation, and one of the top 3 Artists in North America. I lived there and was the youngest female bowler on the all-star team. I also bowled on TV for 25 weeks and was retired an undefeated champion. After 19 years I decided to move to Toronto, where I landed a job with Ford Motor Company as the First Woman Supervisor in a Plant that they ever hired it in the newspaper with my picture and a short story. I was injured on the job had surgery on my left knee. I then ventured into Real Estate and Property Management in the 1980s. In the 60s I was in the Air Force for 5 years, I played women’s fastball, I was a catcher. In 1986 my Mom got Cancer so, I closed the business pulled up stakes and moved to Florida. I semi-retired to care for Mom. I decided to work for Southland Corporation at several their 7/11 stores where I suffered a broken neck. I retired for good. I always had a flare for story telling as I taught Sunday School for a while and a regular school teacher with 5 elementary schools, 1 high school, and the Ontario School for the Blind.