The focus here is not telling you about who I am, but rather relating with you through the communication of experiences and emotions. I read that on a motivational poster while sitting in the H.R. office (hey, don’t ask). Thought it was catchy. Anyway, I have a feeling it’s going to be quite a roller-coaster ride. One day I may write about the perils of workplace training or wax poetic about animal advocacy and then seamlessly shift to a dissertation on the glowing merits of Despicable Me. After that maybe an exuberant rant on a newly discovered cheap chardonnay you would swear Trader Joe’s paid me to write. That might be followed up with a trip up, over, around, and down the ol’ family tree where I expose my roots which could lead into recalling a disastrous hair dyeing fiasco where I tried to hide my roots. Ha! See what I did there? Nice pun, right?
My family of course provides much of the inspiration and will probably be discussed way more than they would like. That should be fun.
My main hope is that you dip, swerve, and zigzag enthusiastically in your enjoyment. I invite you to laugh at my blunders, empathize with my yearnings, become prone to fits of welcome nostalgia, leave the page with a sense of warmth, and return when you need to be in touch with a friend.
Let’s go on an adventure, shall we?
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Hi! I nominated you for the sisterhood of the world blogger award. Acceptance is purely optional, but if you’re interested please visit this link to see how to respond. 🙂
It’s very kind of you to nominate me. I also commented on your post. Thank you so much for thinking of me. I love your blog and appreciate being included.
I have replied 😉
My kind of bio… because I’m just as vague, and happy about it too:
Happy Mother’s Day!
I will check out your blog, thanks for sharing! I’m not sure I’m vague so much as my mind wanders to and fro constantly. LOL But it’s great to meet another like-minded person!
The net is a wonderful place to meet other writers and get support for our crazy passion 😉
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Nice to meet you wendy! I am from Ireland. I am blind, and I live with complex ptsd and dissociative identity disorder. I am following you now. I blog over at http://therapybits.com/ I blog about mental illness and my psychotherapy journey.
Wonderful to meet you! Glad you’re here and hope you find it enjoyable. I will definitely check out your blog.
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Nice to meet you, I got on board very recently, but just wanted to say I enjoyed reading this and the unknown is very compelling!
What a beautiful, tangled mind you have. Absolutely loved reading your blog.
I’m right there with you!!
This was quite a unique and intriguing introduction! I look forward to exploring your blog!