Hi, my name is Holly and I am 35 years old. While I do not post on this board as much as I once did, I try to check-in/read posts at least a couple of times each week. Anyway, I was the “surprise” baby--my oldest brother graduated from high school six months before I was born. Cerebral Palsy confines me to a wheelchair. I have 2 brothers and 1 sister and live in a suburb of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul,) Minnesota with my mother and oldest brother--they both take care of me. My Dad passed away unexpectedly when I was 9; my brother and sister moved out about 20 years ago; Mark and I just stuck around.
I work part time at a Community Support Program (CSP) for adults who have Serious and Persistent Mental Illnesses. CSPs provide a lot of different services, but I primarily do recreational activities--mostly games, and facilitate a weekly Support Group. My 10th anniversary at this job will be in September--I love my work.
My first romance novel was Fine Things by Danielle Steel and I have been hooked on romance ever since. Baby Love was my first of many Catherine Anderson books and she is now my favorite author.
Just a word about my signature: In general, I am not a baseball fan…however, I loved Kirby Puckett. In the days immediately following Mr. Puckett’s death, the local news played this clip from his retirement news conference (along with “We’ll see ya tomorrow night!” from the 1991 World Series) over and over. I realized then how true that statement was; it has kind of been my motto ever since.
"Tomorrow's not promised to any of us."--Kirby Puckett (1960-2006)