I guess it’s about time that I tell you who I am. I am a full fledged adult (48), and a graduate student in Mental Health Counseling. I consider myself a recent adult, as my mom and stepfather died in 2011. I also tend to not think like most adults, and am still very in touch with the adolescent version of me, which I hope will be beneficial in the counseling world. I have a heart for senior adults and individuals with chronic illness, especially Type 1 diabetes. I am also a grandparent to the best little person in the whole world (no bias here).
I began blogging after a friend encouraged me to, and I am glad that this advice was taken. I have been able to clear out some cobwebs and heavy stuff through my writings.
I want to thank you for taking precious time out of your day to listen to my thoughts. I hope that through reading my blog, your perspective on things changes, or at least has you contemplating where I am coming from.
I generally only blog once a week, so you will not be swamped with notifications indicating a new post. I welcome and appreciate feedback, so feel free to comment as the mood hits.
Thanks again. I hope you rarely come away from this blog wishing you could get that time back.