Who am I?
That age-old question first posed by the great French essayist, Michel de Montaigne, and one that bears answering.
When I began this blog, I was three years into a journey of self-discovery. I wanted – needed – to ascertain who I was and where I was headed. I quickly learned that to give meaning to my life, I had to step out of the periphery and into the fray. I had to overcome my introversion. It was scary, but this blog has been the perfect conduit.
So, what have I discovered a year and a half in?
I’m a writer who has recently found a love for photography – particularly macro photography. I’ve also learned that I prefer history to literature (EGADS!); science and math are not as scary as I once thought; and every day is an opportunity to gain knowledge, incite, and inspiration.
Come. Take a walk with me. Let’s see where the road of life will take us today.