That’s me in someone else’s hat. Which is about typical for me, I like hats and tend to borrow ones I like. I also try to persuade the hat’s owner to give it to me. I don’t think I’m very good at the art of persuasion, I haven’t had anyone give me their hat… yet. I did accidentally steal a hat once, but that’s a whole other story.
I like to call myself a misplaced American living in the UK. I spent the first 27 years of my life in Tacoma, Washington State. I used up all my saved adventure points, when I met my husband Mal on-line and quickly decided that not only would I keep him but I’d move to the UK to live with him. I now spend my days along the banks of the Mersey River in Egremont, which is a round about way of saying that I live in Wallasey.
I enjoy photography, writing, crafting, gardening and cooking among other things.
I have been called The Keeper Of The Archives and it’s a title that fits really. I’m passionate about the art of story telling, I believe that along side the stuffy dates of births, deaths, marriages and other dates there are stories that need to be told. The written/oral history of family members is an important part of the history of the world, it’s the fabric to which the bigger parts of history are weaved into.
I absolutely love pens, purple, and Moleskins.
If I had to pick four labels to describe me they would be: a dreamer, silly, eccentric, and an explorer.
One of my goals in life is to be ‘The Crazy Cat Lady’, I practice daily and one day I’ll reach my goal!