Let me explain, no there is too much, let me sum up.
I am an 80’s child, sadly born on the wrong side of the Gen X, Gen Y border. Lumping me unceremoniously with Brittany Spears and instant gratification rather than Madonna and problem solving.
I am married with 3 girls, and live in one of the bigger mining towns in Central Queensland, Australia.
I love a lot. A lot of people and a lot of things.
My family, both near and far are my whole world, and I have some wonderful mates. Many that I have known since early childhood.
I love to read almost anything, though shun from crime novels, and throw up a little from romance.
I love to write, and have 2 part time jobs doing just that, plus this Blog.
I love to take photographs, and with the help of my photography mentor (my eldest sister), I am getting to know my Cannon better every day.
I love to create! And my creating covers a very broad spectrum. Ask my husband. I have tried my hand at Lead Lighting, Mosaics, Ceramics, Screen Printing, Jewellery, Sculpture, Doll Making. The list goes on. One thing I always come back to is painting.
I love to paint.
I love music, all genres and have a very eclectic collection of songs amassed on iTunes. I get so proud to hear my children singing Elvis or Poison, as I know that if nothing else, I can give them a wide and varied musical education.
I love movies, though as an adult I don’t get to indulge in this any where near as much as I would like. 80’s movies are particular favourites.
I love to be outside. Camping, skiing, fishing, swimming, riding, travelling If it’s outdoors, I’m happy.
I am passionate about preserving values, ethics and morals and am proud to call myself a Unionist.
I love to have fun, and am always keen to plan get togethers that involve as much group participation as possible.
I love to learn, and get a great deal of pleasure from documentary’s and readers digest magazines. This love of learning is quite irritating to both my husband and my mother as I have a myriad of questions that I never tire of asking.
And that in a nutshell, is me.