Honestly, it’s been a LONG time since I’ve last written anything about myself in one of these profiles. I kind of hate doing it because I either write too much or not enough. So…here it goes…
I am a 47-year-old single mom to a wonderful son. I can’t BELIEVE I’m 47…lol. As you can already see, I am an honest woman and I consider age just a number. My heart is still young and my spirit is still free even if I am trapped in a body that is constantly breaking down and scarred.
I have many health issues that are intertwined and complicated. I won’t go into it all. Still, I love life and find ways to achieve my dreams and goals through ways that can bring glory to God and honor Jesus.
Jesus is my Rock and my life. I’m not just saying that. Although, to be completely truthful…Jesus deserves FAR more than I could and do offer. He has given me strength to endure things and continues to be my anchor.
I used to think being married or in a relationship was of the utmost importance. Not that it isn’t important. It’s just that I’m learning how it’s possible to be whole as a person without having someone define where my happiness comes from. I don’t believe any person has that power or should have that power to do that to anyone.
I love to sing, crochet, knit, write, journal, read, quill, and make my own stationary.
Music is still a huge part of my life. I don’t sing in church or in front of others as much anymore but I do listen to music and sing along in my room. I find myself humming along or tapping my toe quite often.
I just want to be able to express myself and encourage others. I can’t do this outside of my home. I can no longer drive and I do not get out often. However, I am surrounded by friends and family who are so supportive and come see me regularly. I love to laugh and make others laugh.
I don’t know what else to say. If you want to get to know me, feel free to write and ask. I’m a fairly open book. I accept people as they are and I’m honest. Sometimes a bit too honest but at least people know where I stand. I love people and usually can find good in everyone and everything…but I’m NOT a fool or a doormat. Believe it or not, it is possible to be a nice person and still assertive.