A writer and mother thinks about liberty, responsibility, God, and country. She struggles with the realities of being a Christian in a country founded on freedom of conscience, yet drifting toward collectivism and tyranny. She offers ideas for strengthening the family, protecting individual liberty, and generally fighting back against a culture that is in decline. She is opinionated and stubborn--as were many of the founding mothers, no doubt.
The writings include her 1981 valedictorian speech, a pro-life essay, and accounts of the phone conversations she sometimes has with her opposition.
Kimberly is a mother of six, a skilled dressmaker and a prolific knitter. She enjoys writing and reading, managing her church's library,learning new craft techniques, and making things for family and friends. A native of Indiana, Kimberly also enjoys corn, auto racing, and basketball.
When not writing about knitting, Kimberly writes in defense of limited, constitutional government. She also writes about gifted education, literacy, and general excellence in education.
North Carolina Central University
Master of Library Science
BSIE, industrial engineeringread more
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