Welcome to P.S. Annie!
I am Suzanne G. McClendon, known as “Suz” and sometimes "Annie" around the internet. "Annie" was my daddy's paternal grandmother and this blog is named for
her. I was named after Big Mama, as my daddy called her, and her sister
Suzie. I have also been called “Ms. Directory Assistance of the Internet” as I can generally find things that people need but can’t find themselves in their own searches. I can’t always find “it”, but that’s life. It is an adventure.
I was born in South Carolina and lived there the first 39 years of my life. It has been my family’s home for over 300 years. David was born in Georgia, but raised in South Carolina. We have lived on the Texas Gulf Coast for twelve years. Things are sure different out here!
I have been married to David for thirty-one years and we have been together for thirty-five years. We have four surviving children and a child-in-law. Our sons are in service, the youngest in the US Marine Corps. and the oldest in the US Navy. Our daughters are both in college. We have several babies waiting for us in Heaven.
My passion is family history. I also enjoy photography, digital art, fiber crafts such as crocheting and knitting, and am an avid reader. If reading were suddenly banned, I think my entire family would go crazy! I also write poetry and have a book of poetry published on Amazon Kindle. The title is Shattered, by Suzanne G. McClendon.
I am working on…
…being thankful in all things
…being both random and challenged
...being the family historian
Several big changes have recently come into our lives. On 26 May 2016, David had the first of three strokes. While it could have been much worse and we are thankful it wasn’t!, we are trying to adjust to this new life post-stroke. He is determined to beat this and get back to 100%. If anybody can do it, he can. We would appreciate your prayers as we adjust to our new normal. Thank you.
I hope that you will enjoy your visit to P.S. Annie! and to our other sites. If you would like to contact me, please e-mail me here.
Have a blessed day!