Perfectly imperfect and learning to live with it. Southern, and to be honest, I wouldn’t have it any other way. I was raised in a small town in Georgia that has one red light and two grocery stores. Though small and seemingly insignificant to the rest of the world, Hogansville will all always be my home. Most of my family still lives there, so I make my way back there from time to time. And the one red light is still pretty annoying. Especially since it only works half the time.
I am a mother, blessed with a child who has taught me how to look at the world through a child’s eyes again. And I’ve really missed the view.
I talk more than I listen, but I am working on that. I sometimes speak without thinking..o.k. maybe most of the time..but I digress.
I am happily married, and trust me, that is probably the greatest achievement of my life. I say that because..well..when you get to know me, this one is a no brainer. It took a minute of my life to get that one right.
I am a Christian who tries very hard to live it out rather than speak it as a truth that I’ve never applied to my own life. I don’t particularly like church “lingo” because most people throw out the words..and then..throw out the WORD.
I’ve just started moving into a very different season in my life, leaving a career in nursing to pursue a new field as a licensed mental health counselor. And because I was born a “doer,” I also operate a modest Etsy boutique which is filled up with many of my most prized vintage finds.
My life is ever changing, and I am most thankful for that.