A few years ago, I served as a missionary and sent emails back to my mom. Little did I know, she was sharing my letters with a wide enough fan-base that when I got home, people I didn’t know told me they were sad I wasn’t going to be writing them anymore.
So I started a blog. It’s a scattered, candid look at day-to-day life. My life, naturally. (I’m not so familiar with anyone else’s.) I’ve got a lot of fresh, funny looks at the people around me, my own family, and a good deal about the latest books I’ve read.
This is the view from over here. I’m a dancer, a cook, a Mormon, a wife, a mother, a writer, a compulsive cleaner, and a clown. I’m a fantastic salsa dancer when nobody’s looking. I was raised to believe that all tragedy can be comedy, if you twist it the right way. My only sibling has Down Syndrome and Autism, and between the two of us, we have very little impulse control. And if you ask me, the rest of the world really needs to lighten up once in a while, splash some milk against the window, and crack themselves up laughing at the mess they just made.
Check out the tabs above: Life and Laughs, and the Book Nook. ♥