About me? Who am I?
How does one answer these questions?
So many thoughts fly across the big screen of my mind. What makes up a person anyway?
Apparently, I’m a thinker. A questioner to be exact. I prefer to sit on the sidelines observing life, pondering how time and space connect. This is one reason I started this blog. I figure we can find answers together so that we can apply our newfound wisdom to the bigger picture of life. So, be sure to share your thoughts too.
My name is Wanda. I am a wife, mother, and grandmother who falls through the generational cracks. Once lost, starving for a better life, I am now safe wandering at the feet of Jesus.
Throughout my years I’ve:
- been the outcast
- started a family at a young age
- went to college while working full-time and caring for my family
- homeschooled my children
- worked with ex-convicts through recidivism
- struggled with my health
- experienced living in the country and the suburbs
This is just a small taste of some of the things that will seep through my posts. I am still learning, growing, and healing.
- building ideas
- the idea of gardening
- asking why
If you are familiar with Meyers-Briggs, you might already know that I am INFP. If you don’t know Meyers-Briggs typing, think Princess Diana, Audrey Hepburn, Fred Rogers, John Lennon, Kurt Cobain, Tori Amos, William Shakespeare, A.A. Milne, Helen Keller, and Vincent Van Gogh.
But, despite being INFP, I enjoy getting to know other people. I like to engage in deep conversations. So, I do hope you share your perspective with me.