My name is Lainey and I am very happy to be your new moderator. I have worked as a moderator for almost 5 years now.
I am the mother of 6 children. 4 children are grown and 2 are teens. I am also a grandmother of 3. We are a nuclear family and very proud of all our children. My husband (of 14 years) is a firefighter and also owns a construction business.
Looking forward to getting better acquainted with this community and helping in any way I can.
Louise - I wish you the very best in whatever new endevour you are under taking. We will miss you here on the boards. I hope all is well and that you are onto some new and exciting adventures! Good luck!
welcome here i havent been here long but me and my daughter mostly me but my daughter also sometimes reads with me and comments about some of the storirs i hope you enjoy it and good luck to louise we will miss you
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