Metty Vargas Pellicer aka Metty Pellicer, Fiameta Vargas, Fiameta Pellicer is a grandmother, mother, woman, and doctor. Born in the Philippines in 1942, she immigrated to the U.S. In 1967. She was married to John Pellicer for 35 years until his death from a coronary occlusion in 2004 at age 58. English is a second language. She speaks two of the 99 Filipino dialects, Tagalog and Bicol and un poquito espanol. She loves to travel and has compiled her adventures in a book, “Hello, From Somewhere: Stories of the Roads I Traveled”, published in January, 2015. Her second book, “From Miman, With Love: A Grandmother’s Memoir”, started in 1999, was published in October, 2015. For her next book, she is collaborating with Tom Godwin and writing his memoir, “Invisible History; Growing Up Colored in Cape Charles, VA “and completing a historical fiction, a novel, “Imperfect Pearl”, set in 19th century Philippines. She lives in Cape Charles and enjoying her retirement with new friends, travel, writing, and exploring the rich history of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.