I’m a little of most things, and hardly all about one.
I’m a co sleeping, baby wearing, breast feeding ,natural birthing mama, but like Janine said “If people like that were an army Kim would be a general.”
I’ve been about eating clean, organic, less processed foods for some time, but I don’t have the fire that James has. I am honored that he wrote such a nice piece about me, and I’m delighted that I inspired him in any way I may have. Though I am certainly no hero.
Shaun is about the power of positive thinking and motivation.
Tammy Simple Contentment
Cliff Gaming and Editoring
Brad getting his wife and him as far away as possible from his vicious MIL. (seriously dude you’ve got terrible in-laws)
Janine DIY and the weekend.
Kyle science, farming, and inventive projects that require some fancy tinkering.
I tried to help move the midwifery movement here in Saskatoon but I feel that even those fighting here are paying some form of lip service.
Autism services where I felt I should dedicate my time has little for me to do. I’m not in a position to dump heaps of cash on them, but I’d love to find some volunteer option that would make a difference. My friend Angela is an Autism hero/warrior she knows more about it than I can ever hope to learn, and she is the most amazing Auti mom. She’s fought with every weapon she could find and payed for it it from her own pocket at the expense a lifetime of credit card payments.
When Kate died I wanted to work as a grief counselor, or as a funeral director. The first because I received, so much support from Parentcare, HEARTS, and Angel Whispers in Edmonton and the second because I had such a terrible funeral director. I wanted to be in a place that was far enough from my grief that I could actually be a support and not need to be supported, and then I was moving and then moving again.
So I’m curious to know who am I too you. What peg do I fit in in your life? Not that any of us are easily slotted into one characteristic?