More about me.

In my first post, I listed ten facts about myself. Since then, I’d been considering writing a bio, but thought that this would be a fun way to share more about me. I searched the internet, found a list of questions in another blog post. I’m not going to answer all 33, but here’s some of them.

What Do You Do For A Living?

Currently I’m unemployed, but will soon be a student again. I’ll be completing a course that will give me the skills to get through a university degree if that’s the path I choose to venture down.

What Makes You Smile?

There are many things that make me smile. The excitement with which my dog greets my family and I whenever we get home, my partner who i couldn’t begin to describe (Yes, he’s that amazing), friends, family, so much more.

What Was The Most Important Thing You’ve Done So Far?

I think the most important thing I’ve done so far was to climb The Great Wall of China. Having the opportunity to travel to a new country and to experience their way of life was eye opening for me. It made me realise that there are some things we take for granted like clean water or comfortable accommodation. One night while we were driving through China climbing the wall we stayed in a farm-stay. This meant that we were basically living on a farm like the citizens of China do. As the others complained about the stench from the animals and the mud and the dirt, i turned and told them that we were lucky to have what we did and that we were only there for the night. I think that experience was the most important thing I’ve done as it was part of what has shaped me as a person.

Sum Up Your Life In One Sentence.

Hmm. This is a tough one. She dreamed big, smashed goals and lived life like each moment was her last.

What Are Your Fears?

Birds are my biggest fear. Not being able to see them if they’re swooping means that they scare the life out of me. Magpie season isn’t fun for me. I’m also terrified of death and losing those around me, but I think that’s something we’re all scared of. This may seem shallow, but one of my other fears is losing another sense.

What Are Some Of Your Favourite Poems?

The Raven is one of my favourites. I also loveThe Man From Snowy River and my own poem, Desperate hope.

Is There Anything Else You Could Think Of Sharing?

I mentioned my dog earlier, So here’s a photo of her. This is Tira.

For my blind readers, the photo is of a dog who is black in colour laying spread out on a bed. Her head is back and her legs are stretched out.

Try This.

If you have a blog or a page on the interwebs somewhere perhaps you could try this. If you do try it, I’d love it if you could link back to this post. If you don’t have any kind of page or blog, perhaps try this for amusement purposes.