I credit my love of writing, painting, quilting, photography and sense of adventure to my mother‘s constant encouragement. Freshly picked weeds. Quirky handmade greeting cards. A child’s short stories and poems. I grew up in New Brunswick, the East Coast of Canada and moved to Ontario, Canada to pursue my career. There I met and married my infamous English husband, John, who had immigrated to Canada at the age of 30.
Growing increasingly dissatisfied with urban life, John ached for a lifestyle change. Over the course of a year, he pursued everything about full-time RVing. On a cold winter’s day, when my defences were down, he convinced me to “just take a look.”
The rest is history. We bought a 40-foot fifthwheel and a one ton truck and set out on the open road. Our full-time RVing lifestyle of five years eventually led us to Mazatlan, Mexico (the Pearl of the Pacific) where we live with our three dogs, Pedro, Jorgi, and Bella.
Currently, I’m working on the third book in the “On RVing Time” series.