About Me: Female, 64, fayetteville, GA, member since May 2011
i am a 2 time mom with 2 wonderful kids in their 20's and a wonderful husband. I recently had POP surgery and found the search for info very long and frustrating. Women need to be informed about this!
My hobbies are line dancing (not for the next 4 weeks), Creative Memories photo-safe scrap-booking, spending time at our lake cabin, and managing/mentoring programs for families that include a disabled young adult (autism and/or mild mental retardation). I serve as a community guide for disabled families and for our 22 yr old daughter. I also served 27 years as an Army Finance Officer (now retired), where I learned my mentoring/mgt skills.
I have had a full life, but I am currently researching starting a company needed in our community with both a profit and non-profit side to help provide transportation for the disabled in our community. This may be too big a project, but I am looking at it.
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