A Journey from Victim to Survivor…to Living Freely

Who Am I?

What to say?  I can provide the basics…mid-30’s, mom, single, teacher, friend, survivor…but that doesn’t give much, does it?  I am passionate…I am spiritual to my core….I love music and sunshine…my word is impeccable…I am truly grateful for the warmth of sunshine and a soft breeze…I love freely and deeply…I close my eyes when I am deep in thought…I love to smile and laugh….I share my nuances and innermost thoughts as a way to reach out….to support….to encourage….to be as genuine and authentic as I can possibly be.


21 responses to “Who Am I?

  1. Having struggled with “Who Am I?” as I lose the ED aspects of personality…which was truly a part of all of me…this is helpful to see.

  2. I saw your comment on Scott Williams website and was intrigued. We have so much in common…including brain surgery! I am going to be a follower of yours! God bless.

    • Oooh, Linda!! Nice to meet you!!!! My friends (and really, they have become my family) that I met through the Chiari and brain surgeries are among the people I hold closest to my heart. I never had any idea before that point just how much I needed people who were ‘living it’. Love, hugs and prayers on your journey. I will be following your story.

  3. Thanks! I’m honored…and excited about getting to know you as well.

    • KJ says:

      Ahhh yes, there is much to talk about….sorry about the commonalities we have…although, it’s gotten us to this point….and that is powerful.

  4. kristiatwood says:

    Thank you for sharing yourself so openly and beautifully. Wishing you more sunshine and laughter.

  5. I just wanted to say you seem like a true inspiration! Thanks for finding my blog so I could find yours!

    • This journey is too challenging to travel on our own! I’m glad we’ve found each other! I had to laugh at your latest post because I had just been drinking juice out of a measuring cup–only someone battling ED can relate!!!

      • It is much too hard to travel alone! Any journey is I have come to find. I can totally relate and let me say one day that measuring cup will be no more but for now it is probably a good thing that is helping you in your journey!

  6. Preston says:

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  7. hiddinsight says:

    I like you already 😉

  8. Gede Prama says:

    Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama 🙂

  9. timelesswheel says:

    Your posts are inspiring, encouraging, motivating and supportive. Thank you so much for sharing and I hope to keep reading … 🙂
    Just showing my appreciation:

  10. Awww, thank you so much for this comment!!! It’s started my morning with a smile. 🙂 Thank you so much for the recognition. It’s truly my pleasure to blog…I’m hopeful that it helps others in their healing, as much as it helps me. ❤

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