I've been a Young Living member since July of 2012. I had never heard of essential oils until a good friend asked me if I had ever tried any. Living below the wellness line, I was game to try anything natural. That started my journey, which continues to this day, of understanding just what health and wellness means. Is it possible to say you feel better in your mid-50's than you did in your entire 40's? Well, I do. And I have to say it wouldn't be the case had I not taken a chance to try Young Living products.
I love quilting, gardening, reading, raising chickens, tincturing herbs, and enjoying nature, along with partaking of various DIY projects (some of which I never finish). I am one-half of a quilting design business, My Sewl Sister. I preserve (canning) Ghost Pepper jelly and Salsa every year and enjoy sharing it with friends and family. I've been known to sell a few jars of the Ghost Pepper jelly, as well. In my spare time, I'm an avid Facebook lurker and Pinterest junkie. I am also an avid researcher and try to find out everything I can about herbs, oils, and natural products.
I was born and raised in south Louisiana and am married to the same man going on 33 years. We have three grown children and have lived in eight different states and two overseas' countries. After my husband's retirement from the military, we chose Texas as our home. We have two dogs, a Cardigan Welsh Corgi-Demi- and a Korean mongrel-Abbie- (acquired while living in South Korea). We also have three cats: Who Dat?, Hyacinth, and Violet. (Yes, Hyacinth and Violet are named after characters in the British sitcom comedy, Keeping Up Appearances.)
I love to putter in the garden, hang out with my chickens, spend time in quilt shops, and just enjoy all that God has blessed me with. I'm very laid back and easygoing and enjoy a little wine every now and then and a whole lot of laughter.
I love to share Young Living. I firmly believe we are put on this earth to help our fellow man. And in that regard, I know these products change lives. If you think you'd like to know more, drop me a line.