Having lived in San Diego for several years now, Nancy enjoys taking advantage of the city’s location on the Pacific, the communities of which she has become a part, and the individuals who have become an integral part of her life. She is challenged by some of Society’s mores, especially those that govern what is and is not acceptable behavior for individuals based on their personal and not completely immutable characteristics, like sex, race, and age. Well, race, at least, is probably something that is not easily changed, though the late Michael Jackson is a prime example of someone who tried.
Nancy looks forward, toward the future, even if that future takes her away from America’s Finest City. Life is meant to be lived, and she is doing her best to live, as much as she can, in the best way possible.
Keenly aware of life’s imperfections, Nancy strives, in her own way, to approach perfection on a number of fronts, understanding that all in life is, essentially, ephemeral.