SPOTLIGHT ON MISS TRACEY
Miss Tracey may look sweet as cherry pie, but, she confesses, she is actually as strong as necessary, something she learned way back in her school days.
Tracey tells us that throughout her life “my family taught me to work hard and appreciate what I have, and I also feel I channel strength and enthusiasm from my grandmother, who had an amazing presence”.
Tracey shares her love of Hot Rods, Customs and all things Rockabilly with her folks, loves nothing better than a live band, (especially the
Flattrakkers) music, dancing and more music – “it makes the world go round”.
The other things that make Tracey’s world turn are her kids Jay and Ella Mae, cute tattoos, (of special significance is a small
four leaf clover on her wrist that matches her husbands) and a wardrobe full of frocks. Tracey loves to sew, collect vintage items and all the gorgeous
reproduction frocks now on the market, but grandmothers 1950’s bolero is most precious. While on the precious list –
“I love my amazing hubby – he ranks high up there! He’s been rebuilding my 54 Plymouth over the past year or so. This on top of hectic band commitments,
coaching the soccer team and family life”
Tracey is of to Italy shortly, just her and mum Kathy – where I am sure she will drink lots of wine, go shopping for frocks and embrace her overall philosophy on
“ It would be a sad old world if we were all the same”