Teri Kent-Herron is the creator of "Wife Lessons." This is a comedic saga of an independent woman learning the lessons of marriage. The challenge of properly cooking dinner or cleaning the house will never happen. These precious skills of her ancestors failed to be passed down. The more she desires to be a '50s housewife, the more chaotic the situation gets. Her husband is entertained by the havoc yet is often preoccupied by the constant battle with her beloved cat who treats him as an unwanted houseguest.

   After achieving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Illustration from the Columbus College of Art and Design, Teri continued her education at Ohio University, earning a Master's of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction. Currently, she is a professional in both fields of Art and Education.

   Influenced by many great artists, Teri has been known to fall behind and disappear in every art museum, gallery, or event. Her family often find themselves patiently waiting for her reappearance. The artists and authors who have held Teri's attention the longest include Norman Rockwell, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Shel Silverstein, Hilary Price, and one of the greatest books ever written, "Ludwig, the Dog Who Snored Symphonies" by Robert Kraus and Virgil "Vip" Partch.