Cheryle is a wife, mother of four, and proud grandmother of 12 – 6 girls and 6 boys! While traveling with her husband, as his job took him around the country, she has lived in Kansas, Illinois, New Jersey, Michigan, California and Georgia. She loves to write, sew, quilt, cook, anything creative, and just share meaningful moments with her family. She has spent all of her days caring for them and since they all came without manuals, she feels they have done pretty well; they are living enjoyable, professional, and productive lives.
While living state to state, she has played many roles in her lifetime. She has worked as a legal secretary, courtroom assistant, assistant to a state senator, medical transcriptionist, legal transcriptionist, psychiatric transcriptionist, medical secretary and psychological assistant. All fields affording her an interesting and colorful journey.
She appreciates French Heirloom sewing, and made a beautiful gown for her granddaughter’s first debut into the real world, which consisted of 27 yards of lace. She looks forward to continuing her sewing to leave a legacy of fine linens, hand-stitched, for each granddaughter as they wed. She also enjoys machine embroidery and has monogramed everything, but the family dog.
Her family has nicknamed her Mrs. Fix It, a jack-of-all, she enjoys repairing things, figuring things out, and guiding others to do the same. She has even tackled repairing her husband’s iphone screen (twice), and his ipad, as well. She doesn’t mind, she loves the challenge.
Currently, she is embarking on her personal journey. This past year, she has met many new friends and grown spiritually as she has been guided to pursue her life-long love of writing, in the form of short stories and poetry, and is excited to see where it takes her. Thus far, the journey has been vast and enlightening. Her current work on this book is clearly defining her right now.
Come along with Cheryle and explore where she will travel next, what she will create and who she will meet…her journey is ever evolving!