Osman, Judy

Judy Osman is a retired administrative assistant and grandmother of three.  She was fortunate enough to grow up in east and southern Africa and to have had the opportunity to travel much of the world. After 24 years in suburban Oakville, Ontario, the three children grown and gone, she moved out to the country.  She shares her property with the squirrels and her husband, whose passion for amateur radio requires that he continue to plant ever higher and more powerful antennas.

Her writing thus far has been limited to occasional travel blogs for the amusement of friends and family, and the story of her mother’s life which was printed in a university Women’s Studies journal.

CommuterLit posts:

A Plague of Walnuts