that is the clearest, is of me sitting in a high school typing class (ya’ll call this keyboarding now) next to classmate, Angie Wheeler. Rather than typing out the boring keystroke combinations, I would type stories. How does Angie fit into this? One day she said, “You know, you should be a writer.” How very prophetic of her and how I wish I would have grasped ahold of her insight way back then. It would have saved me from working retail (wasn’t a fan of the hours), selling cosmetics via an MLM (epic failure), and providing administrative support (was laid off) and then executive assistance (loved it) for management within two separate manufacturing environments. More than likely, I would not have held the position of athletic director for a local school (yeah, not doing that again) either. Working a set number of hours each week with two kiddos, didn’t excite me; therefore, my husband and I decided that I would be a stay-at-home- mom. I’m not one to sit for long and within 12-months we launched my business. Without my husband, I wouldn’t be where I am today.