and Occupations Include:
my Creator & `Feeding His Sheep'
*Homemaking,*Writing *Computer! *Reading,
*Loving and Nurturing Family, Friends, Pets,
(old, new and unmet or unacquired yet)
(I am our local
use alternative healing remedies and methodologies)
Research & E-mail
the "handle" Gypsy?
I began surfing the net (1994), I registered
so that I could join the chat-groups
(rooms) - 50+ and Christian Chats.
about halfway through the registration process and
found that they wanted a "handle" for
I was taken by surprise and the
first thing that occurred to me
was my old
"CB" handle from the 60s.
I loved to travel around
taking unknown roads and
following them to unfamiliar destinations
just for the
adventure and pleasure of the unknown
I also liked to
wear my hair long and free, dress in long skirts
- etc. etc.
So it just seemed to fit and
stick with me in the cyber-world.
Even when my
internet friends called me or visited -
to refer to me fondly as their "Gypsy"....
There seems to me to be something
romantic, intriguing and mysterious about the
wayfaring gypsy lifestyle
which was why I chose that handle when CBs came
the scene years ago and I was young, adventurous and free
~ 3 (2
deceased & 1 living)
website is a memorial tribute to my son,
Eric Lee Baker ~ July
1, 1973 ~ April 1,1996
and I have shared all about him here
on this site.
died 11 years later
home in her sleep
Jeanne Marie Colgan, Dingus October
24, 1961 ~ June 3, 2007
website resides here
on this website now
1959, Bethesda, Maryland
(Has 5 children, 4 girls and 1 boy)
two grandchildren ~©~)
born 1979, Woodstock, Virginia
Chastidy, born 1980, Woodstock, Virginia
Heather, born 1984, Winchester, Virginia
Richard (aka Richie) born 1986, Woodstock, Virginia
Brandi, born 1989, Woodstock, Virginia
1961, Cheverly, Maryland
(3 children 1 girl and 2 boys )
, born 1985, Manassas, Virginia
Jessica, born 1988, Front Royal, Virginia
Bobby Edgington Eric, (aka MrBee)
born 1996, Winchester, Virginia
thoughts to share...
is my prayer for each and every soul to be content
in knowing, as they lay down to sleep each night,
that their day was truly "Well-spent"
life is a statement I am making to the world.
My actions proclaim it for all to see and hear.
On my deathbed I will review it.
In the ground it will prepare a bed for me
to rest well, or not..
There above me, in the world I leave behind,
it will write my epitaph.
In that world it
will continue to speak of me, like a song.
I hope the song will be sweet and memorable,
a blessing and not a curse to those who sing it.
Fall of 2001 *