What do you get when you stir all of these people into one big pot?
A prissy, loquacious, Southern lady – Think “Land of Cotton,” sweet tea, “Bless Your Heart,” squash casserole, “I don’t sweat pretty” kind of Southern lady.
A wife with 46 years experience – Her husband is a veterinarian and writer. She calls him her Silver Fox, and he’s the wisest person she’s ever known.
A mother of 3 and grandmother of 12 – Imagine having 3 in college at one time followed by 3 weddings within 16 months. Then imagine keeping up with that many birthdays and finding perfect Christmas presents, not to mention having enough mantel space for the stockings.
A former Southern Baptist missionary who lived in the Andes Mountains of Ecuador for 4 years teaching English and Bible studies and hosting Ecuadorians, fellow missionaries and volunteers from the States.
A musician – Private piano teacher, church pianist and organist for years, and a retired public school elementary music teacher.
A proud graduate of Auburn University and a faithful fan of the Tigers – WAR EAGLE!!!
Now in her 4th career, she is a travel writer with more than 70 articles in 14 different print and online publications. She loves discovering the cultural distinctions of places around the country and the globe, and she enjoys sampling regional cuisine. People and their stories fascinate her. Professionally, she is a member of The International Travel Writers Alliance (ITWA), International Travel Writers and Photographers Alliance (ITWPA) and is an E.A.T. Certified Judge for the World Food Championships.
A published author who recently completed her first book, now available in print or on Kindle through Amazon. “Telling It On the Mountain: 52 Days in the Life of an Improbable Missionary.”
A woman who lives by at least ELEVEN Commandments – A personal fave is “Thou shalt not bore.”
You get ME! Connie Pearson!
And you get this blog – www.theregoesconnie.com
1) Be a follower of Christ who is a positive representative for Him.
2) Stay “interested” and “interesting” all the days of my life.
3) To dance at every grandchild’s wedding. (Since #13 is on the way but yet to be born, and I am now 66-years-old, that will call for some Divine Intervention).