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Who is Linda Pannett?

Hobbies:  Sewing, gardening, reading

Relaxes by:  writing, playing with grandchildren and great-grandchildren

How long Writing:? Since 1989  and very serious writing in 1992.

Ms. Pannett is married and is the mother of six children with four children living.

Linda Pannett has two older sisters. She lives next door to her mother 89 years of age, to keep a close eye on her and her stepdad who has bladder cancer.

She works full time at Farbest Foods in Huntingburg, Indiana and has been there for almost nine years. Ms. Pannett has13 grandchildren and 15 great- grandchildren with one great on the way. Also, has three stepsons in Florida and a stepdaughter in Georgia. Also 6 step-grandchildren and 3 step-great-grandchildren.

Her home is now in Tell City, Indiana where she was borned and raised but later moved to Owensboro, Kentucky in 1978. Ms. Pannett worked at Leisure Years Nursing Home for several years and loved  every minute of it.

In 1995 she returned to Tell City, where she now resides with her husband and son.

Several years ago Ms. Pannett began writing articles for a friend to The Editor of their local newspaper, The Perry County News. Her friend didn't know how to make her letters to the Editor effective, so Ms. Pannett wrote them for her. When her daughter Sheila was killed, she set Owensboro on fire with her articles to The Editor of The Messenger Inquirer.

Ms. Pannett loves writing, and if her writing can make a difference, then her life will have meant something. She is strongly against drinking and driving and voices her opinion about it very loudly.

She believes the justice system needs a good overhauling and the medical profession needs to go back to school to learn bedside manners and somehow be taught the patient is in no way to blame because they are dying. They need to learn how to talk to grieving parents and the dying.

Red Rose, Spinning

Stop and smell the roses

Life's too short

Life's too short to idle about.... every hour is precious, every second gold,  
Time is a unique gift humans are born with.
But none of us ask for much
Just a note or two to keep in touch

A moment by a spring
Or a mid summer's breeze
None really know how precious time is...
Until we have none left.


Here's a list of some of my favorite movies:

Jules and Jim, Manhattan, Breaking the Waves

Here's a list of some of my favorite music:

Nirvana, Frank Sinatra, Ibrahim Ferrer