I am a woman of many hats.

I have what is known as a scanner personality type. There is a great quote on that page that sums up the way I think:
Scanners want to taste everything. They love to learn about the structure of a flower, and they love to learn about the theory of music. And the adventures of travel. And the tangle of politics. To scanners, the universe is a treasure house full of a million works of art, and life is hardly long enough to see them all.
I have often joked that I still don't know what to be when I grow up! There is far too much information in the world for me to focus on just one topic. I must learn as much as I can about everything from quilting to chaos theory. Why not, right?

I love learning!
But there are certain roles that I am devoted to, no matter where my current passions lie. I am a wife, mother, daughter and friend.

I am also an American living in a foreign land. Some may say that England isn't all that different to America, but to those people I would respond, "Live here for 20 years, then we'll talk."

My husband is English and my kids were born here, but I still feel like an outsider sometimes! It's ok, though. I've grown accustomed to it and would probably miss the feeling if we ever moved to the States.

I have four children and will probably have more.

We home educate.

I am a deeply religious person.

Glad that you stopped by....

Nice to meet you!


Emma-Jane said...

Hi there! Just clicked on the link to your blog as I am fascinated in trying everything chemical free, and found we have so much more in common, as I am also LDS, also home educating, also a lover of books, and definitely also a scanner personality type! Regrettably I have only stumbled across your blog very late in the night, so I can't read more now, but I just wanted to say hi, and I'm really looking forward to learning more about you and reading more of your great ideas-I love the thought of chemical free laundry powder and am definitely going to try it! Take care in the meantime, xxx Emma-Jane xxx

Raisin4Cookies said...

Lovely to see you here, Emma-Jane! I look forward to reading your opinions on all the random topics that I post about. :)