Me, Myself and Jean

Me:  I am a mother of four adult children.  I live with the man I love, my best friend.  Our two dogs and grand-rabbit reside with us.  I was married once.  I used to have parents until they died, one in 1993, one in 2007.  I have some half-siblings, some more distant than others.

Myself:  I am just an ordinary girl striving for the balance between passion and peace.  Passion stirs.  It hijacks our thoughts.  Peace calms.  It brings our mind and body to the present.

Jean:  I started this blog as a vice to regain some passion in my middle-age existence.  In the sixth grade, Mrs. Hise told me someday she expected to see something of mine published.  Little could she have envisioned the internet in 1970!  Nowadays any fifth grader can click the “publish” button and make it so.  I’d like to think she would be happy nonetheless, to see that she was right.

A long-forgotten interest in photography has been sparked in me as well.  Truly an amateur, I lament over the composition, subject, and editing to the extent of any seasoned professional.  What I have learned of hobbies is that you don’t have to be good at them to enjoy them.

If it is possible you gain some personal insight or find a tidbit to take with you, I am delighted!  Please let me know!

Thank you for visiting!

Jean

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39 thoughts on “Me, Myself and Jean

  1. I did in fact kleem a few tidbits. What you’ve learned of hobbies “you don’t have to be good at them to enjoy them” pretty much describes how I happen to love golfing with the hubby for 25 years but I’m still so bad at it. Funny, I also had a teacher in grade 8 (also the 70’s), Mrs McAurthur encourage me to write more after reading a short story…mmmm you didn’t go to Londonderry Jr High did you? Middle age is somewhat liberating I guess.

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    1. Thank you, so much!!! I am taken aback at the generosity. Beautiful? Blogger. Oh my I think I ought to go spruce up a bit . . .

      I’ve been clicking and clicking away at the others in your post. There are a number I have followed . So fun to find new people.

      Thank you again . . .

  3. Hello there,

    I’m Justin of MomentMatters.com. I’m excited to inform you that Moment Matters is re-launching with new features and design!

    Along with it, I’m compiling a free e-book about the Greatest Articles and I’m featuring excellent comments. Your thought in “Let’s Talk About Not Talking About Politics” is a standout! I’m asking permission if I could include your words in the book?

    All the best,
    Justin G. Bautista

      1. Moment Matters

        The free e-book “Greatest Articles | Moment Matters”, featuring your comment, is out now! You may download it in Nook, Kobo, ePUB or PDF format here.

        Cheers!

  4. You have been tagged! I know what you are thinking. “Tagged? Like one of those animals that get shot with a tranquilizer dart and get a metal band on their ear?”

    Errr … sort of. But also, kind of like those award thingys. It just something that people have been doing on WordPress. Feel free to join in … or if time is being … well, time … then just enjoy the read and the tag.

    You can read about it here by the way:
    http://irishkatie.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/a-game-of-tag-ive-been-tagged-now-im-tagging-you-and-no-touch-backs-ha/

  5. willowmarie

    Hi Jean-
    thought of u this morning- I’m offering my e-book free of charge for the next week. Ck. my latest post.
    I think u’ll like it.
    W

  6. Nice to know about you, Jean. Yes, what you say is true about hobbies: you don’t have to be good at them to enjoy them. I’m not saying it’s true about you, but it definitely is about me! I relate for sure!

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