Tami Broth­ers always wanted to live a fun, sexy and excit­ing life.  But when her clumwww.tamibrothers.comsiness left her with an aver­sion to high heels, her fear of wardrobe mal­func­tions cut out those plung­ing neck­lines, and her sky­div­ing instruc­tor politely sug­gested she take up golf; she decided the only way to keep from break­ing her neck would be to write about such a life.

When she’s not glued to her desk typ­ing her “adven­tures” she’s a wife, mother, Pro­gram Man­ager, run­ner, reader, scrap­book cre­ator, dog walker, lizard feeder, fish watcher, tur­tle tank washer and Snow White to the evil queen that runs her house (the res­cue kitty who has gladly taken over the cas­tle).  In her spare time, she can be found pack­ing a ham­mer as she attempts to assist her hus­band and son in build­ing their new house.

If you’d like to read more about Tami, hop over to her blog to see what crazy thing is hap­pen­ing next.



Ten Tami Broth­ers Facts:Tami's Family 1

  1. I am a wife and mother. (See fam­ily to right. Yes, The Kid is big­ger than the both of us.)
  2. I’m the type of per­son who wants to DO it all, TRY it all, LIVE it all (shocker, right?).
  3. High­light of my life (to date & aside from the mar­riage and The Kid) is tak­ing a sky­div­ing trip for my 30th birth­day.
  4. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Oreo cook­ies. Could eat them for break­fast, lunch, and din­ner. I recently found a cool tip on Pin­ter­est where you stick the tines of a fork into the creamy cen­ter between the two choco­laty cook­ies. Then use the fork to dip the cookie into a glass of milk. No muss, no fuss. Per­fectly soaked Oreo cook­ies. Love Pinterest!
  5. I recently dis­cov­ered how much I LOVE pedi­cures. Seri­ously, I wish I had pushed beyond my com­fort level way back when I was younger and started invest­ing in this lux­ury. This is one of the ways I truly let myself relax.
  6. I watch roman­tic movies over and over again, espe­cially when I’m mess­ing around on the com­puter or even writ­ing. The back­ground noise is per­fect. They are also a great dis­trac­tion for when I’m stuck try­ing to find an idea or work through a prob­lem. My hus­band and The Kid think I’m nuts. They just look at the TV and shake their heads.
  7. My Kin­dle Fire and the Kin­dle App for my phone – two of my all time favorite things in the world. I can carry my whole library in my purse or even in my back pocket. I can grab any book I want at any time of the day or night in any place I hap­pen to be. Ten years ago, who would have thought it?
  8. I am an orga­niz­ing nut. Okay, so I’m not the most orga­nized per­son. But I love the idea of being orga­nized and I spend a lot of time try­ing to get my life orga­nized. I even have a whole seg­ment on my blog about orga­ni­za­tion.
  9. I suck at edit­ing. You will def­i­nitely see gram­mar and spelling errors through­out my site and my blog posts. Please don’t ham­mer me too much about those. Thank­fully, my two won­der­ful edi­tors catch my errors in my books. They are well worth their weight in gold.
  10. And the final cool fact about me (at the moment)… One of my favorite hero­ines (in film) is Helen Mir­ren. Although her career spans a plethora of films and the­atre and she has won numer­ous awards, one of my byung-hun-lee-and-helen-mirren-in-red-2-2013-movie-imagefavorite kick-ass scenes is with her in Red 2 where she and Lee Byung-hun are dri­ving a sports car in a high speed chase and she says, “Show me some­thing”. They end up spin­ning in a cir­cle and Vic­to­ria (Helen Mir­ren) pro­ceeds to thrust her arms out both win­dows and shoots the bad guys. I was totally impressed and would do any­thing to be her when I grow up.