Geneva A. Smith was born in Texas to both parents and a little five-and-a-half-year-old sister named Carol. They had an older brother named Ira, who was grown, married, and away from the home. A few years later, her parents divorced. In a few more years, her sweet mother remarried to a man Geneva, and Carol called him Mr. Aaron instead of dad. The family decided to move to Dallas but stopped in Trinity, Texas, for a vacation. They stayed in a cute little cottage beside a lake. Later, Geneva's mother, sister, and herself moved from Dallas to another big Texas city. Geneva graduated high school and became restless. One day, she was listening to Johnny Mathis records and hit on the idea of moving to California and becoming a singer. Her mother was all for the idea. They moved to California to stay. Geneva wanted to sing the type of songs like Johnny Mathis. She took numerous lessons, but then other things interested her as well. She drove to Boston and studied wresting with the late Killer Kowalski. She joined the Air Force Reserves and then the Los Angeles Police Department. This is her journal.