Welcome to my "About Me" page. The stories you are about to hear are true. The names have not been changed because it was too much trouble.
I am a 4th generation native Texan, and although there is no solid documentation to back it up, these photos are evidence that I may also be of native American Indian descent with traces of gypsy blood.
Not surprisingly, I was a bit unprepared for the onset of adolescence. Exhibit A: this photo captioned, "Let's invite three cute boys over. It'll be fun to see which one gets stuck with Lee Ann in her robe and curlers."
Soon afterward, Marc and I moved to Miami because, A: His nice new job brought us here, and B: We figured the surest way to keep an empty nest empty was to pick it up and relocate it twelve hundred miles away.
Meanwhile, after college Jason taught surfing lessons, began playing in a cool band, and jumped out of an airplane (which was a thrilling experience for him.) Finally he got a real job, which was a thrilling experience for us!
And then, just when we thought our lives were about to get boring, along came Aidan and Avery, and we became GRANDPARENTS! Honestly, I have enough photos to create a totally separate feature for this website called "About Them" but I'll fight that temptation...for the moment.
Elise Coombes said:
When I packed your cookbook, I felt like I took you to Switzerland with me. You would have loved it! We -- my sister-in-law Ann, niece Allyson (16 and wants to sleep all day and be awake at night. I finally told her, everything we wanted to see was closed at 2 a.m.; we needed to tour in the daylight) May Courtion -- the one with the hospitable relatives, and Mary Margaret Byrom from Midland -- were total goofs, speaking limited Spanish to the French-speaking Swiss. My thought: screaming children on 11-hour international flights is the reason God made benedryl.
Sonia Stilwell said:
LOVE LOVE LOVE your website!! You seriously ROCK, and I will keep coming back!!
Sally Marshall Gepp said:
I have been laughing so hard...you are Erma bombeck. I want more...you are so funny! Will you sit next to me at the reunion...please oh please!
Can't wait to see you both....:-)
Connie Squires said:
It's really nice to see that there is someone with as strange a sense of humor as mine. Love the web site. Keep us up on "your life".
Janice Ringler said:
loved your life.....you must be very happy lady
Paula Rodgers said:
I totally enjoyed reading this. I felt like I was almost reading my biography. I was thinking I should do this, and then realized that I would never actually make it happen. Thank you for doing this!
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eve schulz said:
from one extexan to another one in the sunshine state,i loved your life story.keep up the great work.i haven't laughed so much in a love time.
Joanne Meagher said:
Very entertaining. It's really late, and I'm really tired, but I couldn't stop! I had to keep reading. You are delightful, Lee Anne! It has been so nice to learn more about you.
denise thompson said:
ENJOYED you sight very much. you truly have a great sense of humor. i will bet your family thinks you are a real hoot!
Carol Bynum said:
Enjoyed your presentation at The Petroleum Club so much today. Thanks for the laughter. Really made my day.