Welcome to Fannie’s world where she explores the adventures of married life, on the intersection between “I Love Lucy” Way and “Erma Bombeck” Avenue.

Looking back, birthing this blog without an epidural was much easier than learning how to post to it.

Thank you Happiness Engineers for your help.

If enough people enjoy Richard and Fannie’s adventures and want to know how it all began, we plan on publishing I’m Your Wife Not a Rock Star, Stop Throwing Your Underwear at Me!

Tracy Perkins has worked in an independent television station, at Crater Lake National Park, in the industrial electrical field in sales, in the occupational safety and health field running a small metals and asbestos laboratory and currently as a manufacturers representative agent.

Tracy and her husband reside on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula.

By the way, we’ve been to Forks, but haven’t met any vampires. . .yet.

Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts, photographs and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Tracy Perkins, with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.


23 Responses to About

  1. Jphanna says:

    This is marvelous. I can’t believe how much you’ve put into it.


  2. Robert K says:

    I enjoy your blog! Keep up the fun writing!


  3. gravitasbaby says:

    Your book title is fantastic!


  4. LFFL says:

    That third paragraph is hilarious!


  5. Very nice to meet you! The professor sends his greetings.


  6. ksbeth says:

    hey thanks for reading and following, it seems we keep crossing paths, we may as well walk together ) best, beth


    • Beth–It’s funny you should mention that, except while you’ve been out of town, I’ve seen you at several of the same sites around the blogosphere.

      Thanks for following my blog.


  7. markbialczak says:

    Hi Tracy, I think this challenge is perfect for you. Have fun. — Mark


  8. Hi! Thank you for taking time with me at the PNWA conference to chat with me about my dad’s Alzheimers! It was unexpected and much needed. I love your blog!


  9. Elizabeth says:


    This is a long shot but I saw the post on pocket trout flashlights. I had one when I was a child but I lost it and now I have a little child of my own and wanted to share that with her because their so cute but I can’t find one anywhere. I live in Japan so I can’t search flea markets and such unfortunately… I was wondering if you had one you could part with. I’d gladly make you an offer or I could trade with some Japanese goods you might like.

    Thanks so much


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