Kim - Frankfort, KY
Hi, my name is Kim! I live in Frankfort KY, our beautiful state Capitol. I have been an FHP for several years. I have two ladies that live with me currently and we have a full life. I have a large family with 2 natural born and two adopted, grown children and their families. I have 5 grandchildren. We have a cat and several fish.
Our household is always busy, we enjoy flea markets, yard sales and traveling. We enjoy music and look forward to the Frankfort Summer Concert Series. We spend time on the deck in the summer, cooking out and having friends over. And in the fall around the fire pit with s’mores.
My name is Dwehde Ade Salyer. I was born and raised in Monrovia Liberia West Africa. I am a high school graduate of Rock International Christian Academy in Monrovia Liberia. I grew up in a home of 17 kids and adults so family is very important to me. In January of 2006 l came to the United States as an immigrant from the refugee camp in Accra Ghana West Africa. I became a citizen of the United States in August of 2018 and bought my first home in September of 2016. My philosophy is the very nature and attributes of my name: Dweh- meaning (elephant) and De – meaning (mom) the elephant symbolism represents sensitivity, wisdom, stability, loyalty, intelligence, peace, reliability, and determination. l am willing and ready to serve my community with compassion.