About Me: Female, 47, Essex Junction, VT, member since Nov 2011
I'm a mother of two boys and two girls. I have a son with Downs, and Celiac. I am separated from an abusive marriage. I was emotionally abused and wrongly diagnosed with skizophrenia, a disease which I do not have. It was solely based against he said, she said.
[More] I am also a writer and an artist. I make paperdolls and have self published my first mystery, Black Roses. I am currently working on two new novels, my own video game which I hope to someday get a video game maker to turn my idea, scenarios, and my artwork into video game format.
I am in a new relationship with a really nice guy.
I am also starting to be in the early stages of peri menopause.
I currently write on hubpages at, http://jfay2011.hubpages.com/hub/
and my new paperdoll website is www.jenniferjofaypaperdolls.com
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