Tracy Loves Ray - About Us

Theresa Glenn Cary Brett Lorna
Writer/Producer Executive Producer Consultant Cover Designer Editor

Theresa

Bio

Hi, I’m Theresa, but you can call me Tree.  I’m in my mid-thirties, I live in Pittsburgh, PA and I work in a restaurant as a server and server trainer.  I’ve been in the restaurant business for almost fifteen years.  It can be a tough job, but I’ve met some incredible people.  In fact, I have worked with all of my best friends at some point or another. 

My family and friends are what is most important to me.  I would much rather baby-sit my cute, little nephew for an evening than go on a shopping spree or spend my vacation with my friend Stacey and her whole extended family in Ocean City, Maryland than go on a cruise to Cancun. 

             I have always been a creative person, but in the past 6 or 7 years being creative has become a huge part of my life.  It all began with my annual birthday bashes when I created a best card contest and games for my guests to play.  Or maybe it started when I became a bridesmaid (but never the bride) and had to throw showers for many of my friends.  Or it could have been a "necessity is the mother of all invention" kind of thing.  I can’t tell you how many times I was low on cash, but I needed to give someone a present.  At any rate, at some point I realized that I was most alive when I was doing something creative and that being creative played a major role in the person that I am learning and growing to be.    

Theresa and Tracy Loves Ray

             For about five years, I have been trying to find a way to use my creativity to make a living. Knowing this, my dad asked me to be a part of this project.  However, I wasn’t too sure I wanted to get involved.  Up to this point, I had only written papers for school and cute, little poems and songs for parties and presents.  I had always talked about writing a book, but my book was going to be about throwing a good party or maybe creative gift ideas.  I never had any desire to write a fictional novel.  I thought my father was crazy asking me to be a part of something so important to him.  In addition to my lack of cultivation of my writing skills, it had been 8 or 9 years since I had quit college and I wasn’t sure that I was up for such an overwhelming project.  But as soon as I started writing, I knew I had found something I could put my whole heart into.  And once I find a passion for something, I dive in and swim as hard as I can until I win the race. 

            My hope is that TLR becomes a huge success and I will have the luxury of time and money to be able to write that book about party ideas and to explore other creative outlets.

 

My Favorite ...

Coming Soon

 

Ask Me

If you have any questions, please email me Theresa. I will do my best to respond in a timely manner.


 

 

 

Copyright © 2008 Child Family Publishers LLC All Rights Reserved.