Known by her grandchildren as Gramma Judy, and to her friends as Jude; Judith Jean (Walts) Miller was born and raised on a farm in Mid-Michigan.
“Because I was young when my children were born, I grew up with them. I made up stories to tell them and then we acted the stories out. Great elaborate plots of sneaking through the woods looking for bad guys or burying treasure, making a map and the next year, digging up our treasure. I now use some of those incidents as background for the children’s stories I write.”
Judy has one sister Susan, born when Judy was thirteen. She also has four grown children, a son and three daughters and eight grandchildren.
Judy has many flower gardens, two bird feeders, squirrel and rabbit feeding areas and watering containers for all. She also enjoys cross-stitching and making blankets for the Linua Project.