Hi everyone! Welcome to An Angel’s Island. For those of you who don’t know me – a brief introduction.
My name is Tracey and I am 36 years old (37 in September). I have been married to my best friend, Michael, for almost 16 years. We have a 10 year son, Matthew who is the light of our lives. He will be entering 4th grade in September and is very excited to be going to a new school.
I work outside the home, full time which can make family life somewhat hectic at times, but I’m always up for a challenge! We have a great schedule and we can normally get all the little kinks worked out that fall into our lap.
As far as hobbies and interests I love to write. It has been very therapuedic for me for many years now. I started writing in junior high school and have since wrote a one-act play and many MANY poems and a couple of songs which were put to music and recorded by a local artist. Radio air-play is my goal. I know it will happen one day.
I love music of any kind. There is very rarely a TV on in our house, but try to walk into a room and not hear a radio or CD playing! It won’t happen!
I am very excited to be Blogging with CPO. This is the first time I have tried my hand at blogging, so please,
be patient with me! If there is anything you want to know – ask away. I am pretty much an open book. This is going to be a great opportunity for me to do what I love to do most – TALK! I could talk about my family all day, so I thought this would be right up my alley!
I became a member of the CPO community a short 6 months ago. I can’t explain the realtionships that I have formed over 6 short months. We have a group of people who are so diverse, yet so close it’s amazing. I have never experienced anything like this online community before.
OK, I don’t want to get into too much with my first post. There’s so much I could start off with but perhaps I’ll leave you with the suspense..lol. The general focus of my blog is going to be my family. Hubby is a firefighter and my son has special needs in a few areas so there will always be lots to talk about.
Until next time, farewell from An Angel’s Island…