I am writing to share some experiences of my life at a transplant from California to North Carolina.  I moved to Creedmoor, North Carolina in 1998.  In 2005 my husband and I bought a home on three acres between Creedmoor and Franklinton.  I feed deer, raccoons, possum, squirrels, birds and two house cats.  As much as I miss the Pacific Coast, I love the change of seasons in my little piece of heaven, Evans Ridge.

Life as I know it, is not without a challenge or two.  I was laid off in January, after almost seven years with a local firm.  Two of my children live in California and I have four grandchildren that I love from a distance.  My youngest child is in the Navy and flies in H53 helos as plane captain.  My husband, who is my best friend, is a retired Marine.  He suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Syndome.  I hope my experiences that I will share here, as a wife, a mom, and a friend, resonates with you.

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