Hello! It’s me

A little about me-

I’m a high school senior, and I have been homeschooled my entire life.

I live in the world (how’s that for ambiguity, mom?) with my two parents, two siblings, and fish who hide when I try to count them.

I am a daughter of the one True King, and this is what I believe. My life’s mission is to bring glory to God through my actions and my words.

By day, I’m a student, a blogger, and a musician.

By night, I’m asleep. Usually. I’m fairly well known for having odd sleeping schedules.

My hobbies include knitting, crafting in general, reading, and photography. I also do lots of weird stuff, and you can find a conglomeration of that scattered all over this blog.

I am an ESFP, which means that I can be “found spontaneously breaking into song and dance” and that I can “get caught up in the excitement of the moment, and want everyone else to feel that way, too”. (from the 16 personalities website). I share my ESFP-ness with my best friend.

I like a lot of types of music. My music taste is super electic, so go find me on spotify here.

I sing when I have a song in my head, or in my heart, although I have been told repeatedly that I cannot sing. Usually, you can find my wandering around singing tunes of some sort.

I’m also a flautist and a pianist, with a bit of bassoon and violin scattered in also known as I can’t play either but like to think I can

I want to be things. I want to be a photographer, I want to be a writer, I want to be an artist. I can’t do any of those things, and I’m okay with that, because that’s just who I am.

I am a goal setter. I set New Year’s Resolutions, School Year Goals, Bucket Lists, Monthly Goals, Quarterly Goals, Weekly Goals, and all the goals.

My happy place is the library. Or Barnes and Nobles. Anywhere with books. I am a big book person, and I may or may not shock all my librarians when I tell them I read 168 books for the summer reading program.

I can often be found reading historical fiction with no romance, mystery series books like Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys (I read series because I know no one dies), and classics for school, which I do my best to like (but THEY SO BORING!)

You can usually find me studying, either for school or for Science Olympiad, which I love with a passion, or else on the Internet procrastinating from studying.

I’m weird. Wait, I’m LIMITED EDITION. But I’m just weird. Okay. I’m so okay with that, because that means I can do stupid things and can use “I’m weird” as an excuse.

I don’t discriminate against colors (that makes me weird, right?). I particularly like light blue/turquoise/aqua/colors like that, but I ain’t sayin’ anything.

If you’ve read to here, I applaud you and hand you chocolate.

Now, it’s your turn. What do you like? Who are you? Do you blog? Drop me a comment down below and let me know!

last updated 4 November 2017



13 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey! You’re awesome and we are a lot alike though I love classics and Nancy Drew was never my fave. I communicate in song lyrics and book stores rock!
    Soo it’s awesome to find your blog and I look forward to reading more!

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  2. Hey 😜 Okay, so that emoji is a little strange… Anyways, it seems like we have some stuff in common💛
    I am homeschooled, too! Well actually my Mom recently said that I am done with school, so I guess I am done! The awesome perks of homeschooling😁 I love singing and dancing at the most awkward times, also😉
    I love to craft and bake! Oh, yes, I can’t forget about the most important part about me…I am a Christian ❤️
    I am also a ‘limited edition’!! I LOVE the word choice you chose there!
    I enjoy reading, too! Have you ever read the Christy Miller Series, By: Robin Jones Gunn??

    And lastly, I am a fellow blogger…Check it out @ https://christcraftsandcuisine.wordpress.com/

    Have a wonderful day 🌻

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    • Hi!
      Haha, that’s the best part about homeschooling “You’re done with school!” “Okay, mom, so am I ‘graduated’ now?” 😛

      I’ve read a couple books by Robin Jones Gunn. I don’t think that I’ve read enough to judge her books, but I haven’t disliked them.

      Wow, we do have a lot in common! I’ll definitely have to check out your blog!

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