About Me

Perhaps the most interesting thing about me is that I can recall moments in time, going all the way back to when I was about two years old.  I can’t recall dates, so I’m not a savant.  But I remember quite alot, including conversations and poignant thoughts I had over thirty years ago.   I enjoy discussing just about any topic, including philosophy, politics, psychology and current events, as well as nutrition and recipes.  I am a stay-at-home mom to three daughters, ranging in age from teen to  elementary.  I have worked as an academic librarian and university archivist.  My greatest wish to to pursue a second graduate degree.

I’ve always been known as a quiet person.  But quiet doesn’t mean I don’t have opinions about things; quite the contrary.   I consider my reticence to be inherent to both thoughtfulness and politeness.  By thoughtfulness, I mean I truly think about what someone says–and often remember it.  I don’t always have a response right away, especially if the subject is one with which I have no previous experience.  Sometimes I’ll just have a reaction, like “wow” or “that’s interesting.”  And my response is often delayed.  I’ve literally had conversations pop into my head hours or days later. 

Currently, I’m trying to give voice to the jumble of thoughts in my head.  This blogging effort will make use of my English degree and perhaps get me into a groove for future writing prospects.  Being home with my kids for over 10 years, and now having the luxury of several hours a week of time to myself, I feel increasingly compelled to tap into my creativity and see where it takes me. 

Well, that’s all I’m going to share about me for the time being.  You can check here now and again for updates.  I will add or change things as my mood dictates.  Thanks for being an audience and providing me this opportunity to connect with you through my writing.

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