|Full Name:||Susan Crace|
|About Me:||I'm 43, age doesen't bother me like it does some. Like a friend of mine (no names) when she turned 35 cried, got drunk, & threw up (yes I was a good friend; I held her hair out of the way while I laughed my butt off). She finally realized that 35 is just a number & that there were much larger #'s; then she turned 40 - I won't even go there! My son was born on my 27th birthday (not planned, he was late ), so he now has the birthday not me, though my body reminds me each year that I am indeed getting a year older. I look at it as it's just another year, one that I'm thankful that I have.|
I am also going gray/white gracefully . I've earned each and everyone of them & they blend in so well with my multi color hair (firey brown, not red not brown, more alburn). How come when a man gets gray/white hair it looks distinguishing but when a woman does it looks old ? I'm breaking the mold, I'm not looking older I'm looking "Wiser", yep, because you can't say gray/white hair is "old" on a woman, there are some people whose hair starts to turn when they are rather young (16 to 22).
I have 5 children, 2 mine & 3 his, so together we have a bang up family (often a lot of bang up I love them all dearly). Since I can't have anymore children "we" have Geroge and Coco; weiner dogs . We rescued Coco when she was 8 months old, she's the "dog on duty". George was my 1st Valentines Day Gift from my husband but George doesn't know he's a D - O - G. They are both getting a bit grumpy now that they are getting on up there in doggie years. As for the others the youngest is my 14 the oldest 27 . He started early and I started late having children. I wanted to be free and single and then free and married before I began starting a family. No regrets.I like to sit back & watch what's going on around me be it nature or my family. I'm an observer I guess, I just enjoy watching life happen. I like to live life too but I'm over the "Out all night, in the fast lane, & there isn't enough time to do it all" years and phase, now I simple like to enjoy, absorb, take time to smell the roses.
Moving on; I love to read! Some of my favorite authors are Janet Evanovich & James Patterson (anything and everything that they write), Dean Koontz, and Karen Roberts just to name a few. I especially love crime, mystery, suspense, thrillers, scifi, the renaissance, medivel time, & books written based in Scotland, Ireland, & England. Joann Ross does several of these. Books that pull me into them; that make me laugh, cry, get angry, & some books that scare the crap out of me. Steven King has to vivid an imagination & ability to tell stories for me, my imagination is to vivid and his books do more than scare the crap out of me so I settle for his movies.
I also love writing, photography, nature walks, & hikes, movies that make me laugh, cry, seat gripping, & laugh & cry some more. Not that I like to cry but I like movies & shows that really reach me. I like watching the clouds by day & see what I can see in them, take pictures of them, watching the stars by night, just looking at the wonder of it & seeing what I can see. I like old buildings & things. And I guess my "weirdest" thing is storms. I love storms. I love sitting on the porch, watching a storm approach, & then unleash it's power. I'm not a storm chaser, haven't got the kahona's for that. But I walking in the rain, running through mud puddles, letting the rain "wash" away, renew me, (so I said it was my weird thing but I do love it). You should try it sometime, not when it's lightening mind you, that would be to dangerous, but thunders safe. I should tell you though that I live in Georgia, a Southern state that has mild weather compared to many places. Our biggest fears here are Tornados (which are way cool, mind numbing even, if your not trapped by one or loose everything in their path of destruction), the once every 100 years blizzard & gale winds for Georgia coast hurricanes (the last happened in 1985 and 1995), & the ice storms that happen in the upper elevations.
I love the ocean, the mountains, the country, very seldom the cities (to busy, full of "hurry up and wait"). I want to visit Scotland, Ireland, & England before I leave this world, probably not before all of the kids are grown & on their own, 4 years & counting. I love them all whole heartedly but there is just so much you can't do for whatever reason when you have 3 kids at home. (Like get drunk in order to get the nerves up to board a plane). When I go I want to see places that are off the "tourist paths" (not that there is anything wrong with being a tourist & tourist trips are full of fun and interesting places, people, and beauty. I just want to see them as they are seen everyday by the people who live there).
That's about it I guess,
|Interests:||Reading, Writing, Computer, Hiking, long walks, swinging, listening to music, watching the flowers grow and the storms come in, the rain & lightening are among my favorite activities.|
|Favorite Books:||anything by Janet Evanovich, James Patterson, Christina Dodd, Charlaine Harris|
|Favorite Movies:||Lady Hawk, Braveheart, Steel Magnolias, Green Mile|
|Favorite TV Shows:||Hawthorne, The Closer, Rookie Blue, Rizzoli & Isles, House, Grays Anatomy, Army Wives, Bones, Memphis Beat, Ghost Whisper |
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