By Elizabeth Lloyd
There once was a lady named Kay who liked to do things her way. Her parties were grand decorations made by hand
good cooking finished the day.
At any time you could see
grand children by her knee. Often she has said it
"I give my family credit
for filling my life with glee!"
Elizabeth Lloyd (a.k.a.) Betsy was born in Phila. Pa. and has two adult sons. As a teenager, she typed poems and short stories for her friends. She attended Holy Family University for a short time, leaving to help her husband in his business. In Florida she found an exercise class at Elfers Center. She met many people there, who told her interesting details about the states from which they gravitated. Volunteering gives her a feeling of paying back and she hopes to do more in the future. Her favorite trips were England, Italy and the Panama Canal.
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