Me

I find it difficult to write about myself but it’s important to give people an idea of who I am and what I’m all about.  I live in Red Lake, Ontario, Canada and have lived here all my life.  Yep, that’s right…all my life.  I am married to my second husband, Rick and have three boys from my first marriage and I had Ryan previous to that.  I was a single parent to Ryan for six years until I married John Husack. 

My family is the most important thing to me, however, I know that I must look after myself in order to look after others.  As I get older, I have more things that I want to accomplish and am working on those things such as playing guitar, writing and reading.

I have a lot of friends and they all play different but vital parts in my life and I am truly grateful that I have them.

I love the outdoors and when I’m feeling stressed, I like to head out to the forest and just walk or sit in the trees and on rocks and play with the dirt.  The feel of the forest is the most real thing in the world.  Even the bugs don’t bother me when I’m in the great outdoors.  I also love to sit by the lake and look at the water; that is also soothing most of the time but can be stormy at others.

I can cook a little bit, but don’t like to bake too much.  I can knit, sew and crochet a little bit.  I can play the guitar a little bit and sing a little bit.

So there are a lot of things that I can do a little bit of, that add up to doing one big thing, and that is – being me!

 

This is me

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5 thoughts on “Me

  1. Thank you so much for following Rude Record it means a lot to us that you think we may have something to share with you. Danny and ! dare to be different and dare to be us. And what we find most days is that we are swimming against a very powerful tide. The rip that pulls you in is oftentimes family and friends with their expectations of how we should be. Undertones of ‘just fit in’ and ‘don’t be divisive’. We do not fight against the rip, we move with it, all the time determined to live with a reinforced sense of our individual and joint purpose. And that purpose is simple living and freedom from debt. And yes we agree with Jerry in the post above, simple living really does work! It creates the space and freedom you need to get in touch with the essence of you.

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