Joined 10 years ago from North Carolina
Jacqueline of All Trades? Wearer of Many Hats? Better yet...True Renaissance Woman! I am a "Been there - Done that" lass who has been blessed (and cursed at the same time) with multiple experiences in a myriad of fields of employment. Business administrator...yep! Childcare worker...uh-huh. Service writer for an autoshop...check. On-Air Radio personality...oh yeah! The list goes on!
My primary duties are single mother to three awesome kids and university student. Thankfully, the student role will come to an end as 2012 closes - Let's just hope civilization is around by the time I walk in the commencement ceremony!
Oh yes, the last hat I wear is that of writer / editor...but since we are all here...I think the title's a bit obvious. I do hope that readers find my blogs entertaining, informative, and useful; whether it's something that can help one get over a hump or even give a moment of inner reflection or a simple giggle. My name implies what I hope to achieve: like Ivy slowly spreads across a wall or trellis in beauty, my words will hopefully enrich the landscape of your day.
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