Hello there! Thanks for checking out my blog! I decided to use this page as a little introduction to myself, since the page is more focused on my thoughts than my life.
Born and raised in Miami, FL, by a Danish gypsy and pastor from Macon, Georgia, I am newly married to a Californian man. In between high school and college, I took a gap year to join a program called Youth With A Mission, where I then traveled through Southeast Asia to spread the love of Christ. Now, however, I’m back in Miami with my sweet husband, Jonny.
While Jonny is employed doing full-time ministry at my father’s church in the heart of Miami Beach, I am an English Literature student, personal assistant, and aspiring writer who is far more obsessed with coffee than should be legal.
The thought of writing these little “about me” pages somewhat terrifies me, but I want whoever reads this blog to be able to feel like they know me, so I figured this background would help with that.
Now for some quick little fun-facts.
- My husband and I met through a prank-call based on Dr. Pepper.
- Blue always has been and always will be my “happy color,” as my mother calls it.
- I have one older brother, who is also married.
- When I was about twelve years old, I wrote a children’s book, which my grandfather illustrated, titled “The Splendifirous Adventures of Bruce the Koala,” based on our shared imaginary friend, Bruce, royal bodyguard to the Danish Princess.
- The blog title, Limber-Lost Musings, pays homage to one of my favorite writers, Gene Stratton-Porter, and the stories she wrote of Limberlost Swamp.
- I’m 5’2, and currently a blonde, but that’s bound to change as it always does. When I first tried writing this “about me” page it was dark brown.
- Currently my favorite Bible verse is 1 Peter 2:9: “But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for His possession, so that you may proclaim the praises of the One who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light.”
Well, that’s all for now. Maybe at some point I’ll add to this and make it more professional or something, but until then this is what I got!
Until next time,