Kimberlyn Kammerer was raised in a big white house on a farm in Oregon. She married her childhood sweet heart, who lived down the lane, and they have two children and four grandchildren. Many of the stories in Airabella Quick are from Kim's own life or that of her children (with slight embellishments).
Today Kim and Rob live with their son, daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren, four dogs, a cross-eyed cat and several garage mice that she hasn't the heart to evict. They all live together in a little red house in Keizer Oregon.
Over the years Kim has been a preschool teacher, professional seamstress, artist, and supervisor of a group home for persons with mental retardation. Her hobbies include quilting, gardening, designing houses, reading mysteries and collecting teapots.
Today Kim works as an Occupational Therapist by day and dreams of being a published writer by night.
Kim and her granddaughter Michal Hanna want to open 'The Mystery Mouse Tea House' when Kim retires. But that's another story.