I was born and live in West Virginia. I have been happily married to S. Arnold Fisher for fifty-five years. We have one daughter--Nikki, one grandson--Jonathon, One granddaughter--Heather, and three great-grandsons--Zachary, Dylan and Dominick. I am a retired postmaster. My husband has retired from Columbia Gas. We built our own house and have always been busy with a garden and flowers. We are sport enthusiasts. We follow the Yankees and the W.V Mountaineer football and basketball teams. I am a member of the CEO'S and the Red Hatters. I also volunteered for an elementary school library. It was fun to help the youngsters learn to enjoy the books.
I suffered from temporary amnesia. Not only does this honor my mom, it also helps me recall lots of memories.
What do you read for pleasure?
I read genealogy books. I like mysteries, love stories, historical novels, and cookbooks. I began reading very early. My Father loved to read and passed that trait on to me.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I am new to e-reading. I have a laptop and read on PDF or Adobe Digital Editions. I am just now realizing how nice it is to be able to enlarge text .
My Mother Thelma Simmons Anderson was born 1922 in W.V. She lived through the Great Depression. This story follows her life from 1960-1990, with photographs and describing people and events. Her family tree is included.
My Mother Thelma Simmons Anderson was born in W.V. in 1922. She lived through The Great Depression with all of its hardships. This is the story of the way she overcame all obstacles and led a successful, happy life. It highlights her love for God, family, and friends. It gives a peak into the lives of the W.V. Mountaineers and the beauty of W.V., through my Mom's memories and pictures.