I decided that maybe it was time to move somewhere else and start over. With George gone, I had no reason to stay in Texas. It’s about time for me to take a stand and take charge of my life. I don’t need a man or anyone to make me happy. I will become the person that George knew I could be and find happiness for myself, Nicky, and this baby.
Missy learned at an early age not to depend on anyone but herself, but then she met George, and she found a friend, and he became her family. George was like a father to her, and she learned that blood isn’t what makes you a family; it’s there for the person when they need you, and she loves George unconditionally. He loved her like a daughter, but everything changed when an unexpected little brother came into her life. She became a mother to a three-year-old, and her best friend George was there helping and encouraging her that she was a good mom and daughter. Sadly George got sick, and after he passed, Missy grew strong and took control of her life and made a life for herself, Nicky, and a new baby on the way. Missy finds love and the family she was always looking for.
I grew up in the country and loved reading and writing letters to family and friends. I love to read, and I started writing stories about love, romance, and adventure in middle school. I wanted to be a reporter and travel the world, writing about what was happening in the world. My oldest sister Susie who was blind, would encourage me to write and use my imagination for my stories. I am married and have four adult sons and three grandsons. The love I have for my family is what I use to bring my stories alive.