I am currently an Eligibility Support and Fraud Prevention Analyst for the Office of Early Learning in the Agency for Workforce Innovation in Tallahassee . I travel at least one week of each month to some area of Florida to monitor Early Learning Coalitions and their delivery of the School Readiness and Voluntary Prekindergarten programs. I came to this agency (formerly called the Florida Partnership for School Readiness) in February of 2002 after working for the Florida House of Representatives for over 10 years. I have been single since 1988. Prior to that, I enjoyed twelve years as a stay-at-home mom after teaching first grade and kindergarten for 6 years. I enjoy gardening, cooking, photography, antiquing, and FSU football. I also love keeping up with my friends from the Class of '63 via email, our Yahoo website, visits to Bartow, and the annual "Girls of '63" slumber parties. My three children are Alden and husband Greg Mullins, AmyLynn and husband Charlie Waters, and Andy, still a happy bachelor. They all live here in Tallahassee . Alden and Greg are expecting my first grandchild, a boy, in October. Since the last reunion, I've lost both my parents, mother this past May at age 87 and daddy in 2003 at age 79. I truly believe that we have a very unique class and I am so grateful to Bobby Ezell for putting this website together. This will enable us to keep in touch from now on and continue to enjoy the wonderful friendships we made so long ago.