I lived in Thousand Oaks, California, for 32 years, and owned Plaza Pharmacy where I worked with my husband, Bob. After our children were raised, we moved to Utah in 2012 and built our home in Alpine. We have 16 grandchildren. I attended the University of Utah, received my Associates Degree in Liberal Studies from Moorpark College, and my Bachelors Degree in Geographic-Jounalism from California State University at Northridge. Bob and I have traveled throughout the world. I enjoy being retired and love gardening, traveling, the mountains, fishing, quilting, reading, genealogy, spending time with our family, and serving in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
After three years in pep club, I think the game that stands out the most was the time we marched at the football game in Price, UT, when it snowed. Our wool outfits, shoes, socks and gloves got soaked after marching around in four inches of snow. At least we got to get covered up but the players still had to slosh around in it for another half.
Working on Pegasus, the stage set for "Oklahoma" and helping on committees for dances, and walking the halls bring back faint memories. I do remember driving to school in our family's white 1950 Ford that we nicknamed "whitey ford." We had to jump start it many times and one winter morning, when we drove to school with our heads out the windows so we could see to steer because the car lacked a heater/defroster.