Rhonda Lee Richoux has retired from the work world to become a mediocre poet and essayist, and sometimes a freelance writer and editor. She has lived an interesting life , was lucky enough to find the man she was born to love, lost him, but lives with no regrets.

What the f@$K do I do?
  • I write poetry
  • I write essays’
  • I sit with sick friends and family
  • I practice the old religions of my ancestors
  • I have done an extensive genealogical study of all sides of my families, and have published magazine articles, given lectures and been interviewed on television and radio about the history of Felipe Madriaga and Bridgette Nugent
  • I survived Hurricane Katrina in 2005
  • I survived losing the love of my life in 2010
  • I survived being homeless because Social Security took 6 months to straighten out my account in 2019
  • I survived COVID-19 in 2020
  • I’m feeling as invincible as Keith Richards about now.