A young lady I have been following posted a challenge to her fellow bloggers - Blog everyday in May. This is a challenge - but, she gave us the topics to write about every day. So, in addition to my photo blogs, I will be trying to type about her topics as well. Sometimes with writing it is organizing a relateable topic into one, not to long, post, that is often the challenge. It is very helpful that she provided the cues to push us to write about. So, go check out Story of My Life with Jenni - she also has amazing photography as well.
so, here we go with, the story of my life (in 250 words, approximately)
Proud conservative, Catholic, farmers daughter - I am the third of six. Growing up on a farm - with a stay at home mom and a third generation farming family is something that isn't heard of often anymore. I love that my story is very different - it involves working as kids walking beans, doing chores, and being active in 4-H. I couldn't have written a better life for myself - I hope someday to provide that same kind of pride to my kids in some way.
My family is my roots, and I am the sibling with wings, very diferent from my grounded siblings. We all share very similar characteristic (our spouses, significant others say that common thread is stubbornness). I seek out adventure, always thinking of my next new and exciting step, often before I have followed through with the stride I am in. My family is always good to be the realism - even though I usually do what I want anyway - they are always there.
I am the proudest Mommy of the most adorable 3 year old on the planet. He brings out the light in my heart and I ask everyday to keep him little so we can keep our lovable little life just as it is. But, I know he will grow. With his height, and with my age - my pride will grow too. I know he will accomplish great things in his life. He is my everything. I finally found the love of my life, who was right around the corner, literally, all my life. We just needed the right moments to align for us to meet. We are planning a wedding in August, but more importantly, plan for a life together for the next 60+ years - with babies and a home. And God willing, lots of traveling in the service of others, someday.
The center of my soul consists of family entangled with my little passions that are always growing with antiques or old stuff, ( that I am sure someday my family will turn me in for hoarding), painting furniture, photography, and dreaming of my next big move.... and of course, great country music...
Pretty sure that was more than 250 words .... :) oh well - I was never much for following rules anyway.