I am married to the Patient one and have been for more than 23 years. We have three perfect children though we are not. Smiling here. Teenagers are great, we should know. And adult children are too. We should know. We will joyously have a college graduate soon. There are four furry people with four legs in our zoo slash home. Three of them follow me around all day. Therefore I am never alone.
I like art and music and most days I love to write and play with words. The Patient one and I like to cook and play with food together. We love new recipes and to have our children in the kitchen (but not the furry ones because it gets too crowded) and we love the music loud. Or at least one of us does.
I embarrass my children often, particularly when I sing loudly in church. And every time I laugh because its too loud.
My sunglasses are on top of my head too often making it a habit I need to break. Its fun for me to move furniture, re hang art and to re-do, re-purpose and re-configure the things in our home. I might like change.
Don’t know yet if its a habit I need to break but middle child has asked me to leave the furniture alone.
I love all things Southern and old. Old family things are especially precious to me. I also like old things that have belonged to complete strangers ( i.e. treasures from flea markets, antique stores, and the Salvation army). And I like all things French, especially the language.
My life has been grace-filled. We have survived and been strengthened by more than one bump in our marriage and in our family life. Blessings abound in our life at the coast and I remain in awe of our God and all of his goodness.