Hello, I am Teresa Wilkinson. My gift is a big heart and an ability to identify and empathize with others. My curse is my gift. I feel things deeply. My careers full charge bookkeeper, transportation analyst, ISP Clerk, entrepreneur of an Over-dimensional Permit Company offering pilot cars, route surveys and jurisdictional permits.
My Personal Achievements: I am a classically trained violinist and I was the only girl on my High School Golf team. I was also a cross country runner that never placed in a single meet, but I always participated and finished my races. I provided elder care for my Grandmother during my 18th thru my 21st year. I took 22-24 off for just being a young woman and lived on a cattle ranch in Northern Kern County,California. At 25 I married and had my two children Tyler and Kayla.
During their adolescent years I again did elder care this time for my parents. My marriage and my health deteriorated during this period. I divorced and successfully co-parented my children with my ex-husband. My health has been a bigger hurdle fighting Chronic Depression and Fibromyalgia is not an easy battle
I have remarried and am very happy with my husband Don.
The only things I am really certain about is;
Life Will Always Change.
I Have Still So Much To Learn.
I currently live with my husband in our 18 wheeler with our dog Mia.
My journey led to writing. I have been writing since I was a very young girl, but with the quickness of life I forgot how therapeutic the joy of writing was to me.
I have several types of writing that I do; blog, short story fiction, fiction novel, editorial and erotic fiction. I love all of these genres. I hope you will sit back and participate in my blog and community. I invite you to read my short stories and recent release of my first e-book“The Phillamanteca: The Story of Jane”
Thank you for stopping by. Please Enjoy.
Where to find Teresa Wilkinson online
The Phillamanteca The Story of Jane
(4.50 from 4 reviews)
By Teresa Wilkinson
Published: October 11, 2011.
Jane is a fraternal twin sold into sex slavery by her mother at the age of 15, to pay for her twin brothers college education. Her male twin William believes Jane ran away the night before their 15th birthday. After his mothers death he discovers in the Mother’s journals the truth of his sister’s destiny and with the help of his wife digests the truth and searches for his sister.
Teresa Wilkinson’s tag cloud