I work at an auto repair shop in Fort Myers where I am theOffice Manager / Service Manager / Bookkeeper / Cleaner of the bathroom (I work with men....do you think they are
going to do it? LOL) and General Peace keeper.
Its a challenging job...
but someone has to do it!
I moved to Florida from Montana.
Its a whole new world down here...but I like it!
The furbabies that run my house....
This is my Angel Girl, Fizzy. Fizzy was one of the hurricane survivors. She and her brother were found on Sanibel
Island, Florida. She was at the vets office in a cage along with many others needing a home. She was so hoarse that she could barely meeeew until she looked
at me and let out the biggest boldest MEEEEW! I told her NO...I cant take you home....do not look all cute. She let out another. I just had to hold
her...that was all she wrote. It was love at first meeew. She reached up and started batting my hair and purred loud. She is my little buddy, my little
angel. I cannot imagine life without her. I am so lucky she picked me. :)
This is LiLu...my power of the universe...LOL. Even as a kitten I knew she would rule the roost and I was right. When I got her we fostered her mom and 2 siblings. They were so small that they still had their umbilical cords, only a day or so old. She was precious to say the least!
And now she and Moose are best of buddies! they even share their food dishes LOL
This is Mama Kitty (Not LiLu's mom) El Pudgo
And this is my main man Moose...my little puppy angel. He is 2 now, hard to believe! He come to work with me every day and is my buddy!
I love Chocolate and singing...all started from a young age I suppose
My old 70 Chevelle. I don't have is anymore, but it was a really good race car. We painted it up
like Tigger for the Halloween Classic at Boise. Each year they have a trophy for best decorated pit, crew, car...things like that. They never saw ANYTHING
like my car...LOL. It was all painted with strategically correct painted stripes, a pink nose, ears, cheeks, and a tail. All of the stickers on the car had
to do with Winnie the Pooh and all of the characters. It was a 9 week project from slower race car without a cage to a full blown race car. Between Ed,
Nancy, my Mom, Scott and I it was Quite the project. We had to not only strip the car and rebuild it, the interior, engine, but also paint it, create the
stickers (which was a BLAST) create the costumes, and plan a trip! And...we did it! We never made it down the track, broke on the line in the water box on my
first run, but I did get that best decorated car trophy. Had to tow it up to get pictures taken...but it was still worth the trip from Montana to there...a
trip I will never forget and a car and friends I will always love.