Me, Myself, and I



Hi my name is Lois and I am a Kansas girl with a love for the country.  I am a twenty-something Christian woman. I have too many siblings to mention but I always insist on mentioning them anyways.  In 2012 I graduate from homeschool and in 2015 I graduated from nursing school. I now work as a nurse in a hospital. I am recently engaged and looking forward to getting married this spring. 

If you first met me you would think I was very quiet and shy.  However, as my friends know, I am actually fairly outgoing, very hyper, very sarcastic, and can talk a mile a second (a mile a minute is way too slow).  I don't know what one would call my personality.  Bubbly? Energetic? Sarcastic? Ditsy? Moody? A little (LOT) hotheaded? 
Ask my siblings, they will tell you.

You can often catch me geeking out about Jane Austen novels (especially Pride and Prejudice), J.R.R. Tolkien (especially The Lord of the Rings), Anatomy and Physiology, Nursing and the TV show Doctor Who. My favorite hobbies are reading, crochet, writing and dancing (swing/contra/waltz/two step) when I get the chance. Obviously I love tea, though I also enjoy coffee.

On this blog I will write about just about anything and everything. A little about me, a lot about literature (especially Jane Austen and J.R.R. Tolkien), some about Christianity, including its relationship to culture, recipes, and of course a healthy dose about tea. I love comments so please comment! 

I'd rather read than play video games, write on my blog than read about everybody's lives on Facebook, and most of all, I'd rather play a game or watch a movie with my family than hang out at the mall with a gaggle of girls. 


14 comments:

  1. I love how straight forward you are! :)

    p.s. and I always feed your fish when I come here. :P

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  2. Well, good grief, we have a lot in common! I was also homeschooled (graduated in 1996), and I homeschool my own children now (3rd and Kindergarten). I often geek out over Jane Austen, LOTR, and Doctor Who. Oh, and I have 6 siblings!

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  3. Great bio! You and I love some of the same authors, including Jane Austen, and I am also a fan of Doctor Who. Even though it must be difficult, with your classes, job, and working toward becoming a nurse, keep writing! Even if you don't feel you've written anything of the quality you hope to achieve (has any writer?). With every word you write, even if you aren't happy with the end result, you are honing your craft. :-)

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  5. Aren't libraries one of the best places to work? For four years I was a librarian's assistant, but had to quit when I went off to Bible school. I just found your blog, and it's so fun! I also a fellow lover of classic books, and Doctor Who!
    My sister and I blog at cleverbunnies.blogspot.com

    Cheerio!
    -Bethany

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    1. I'll be sure to check out your blog. :)
      Thanks for stopping by. :)

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  6. Hey there! Just came to your blog through the Literary Heroines party. I love your blog name!!! I'm a bit more of a coffee lover myself, but I do love hot tea on a winter's day!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! They're both pretty tasty depending on the occasion. :)

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  7. Hey! I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for a special blogger award!! Here is the link to my post so you can get started! lol it's not spam I promise! :) Have a great day. http://bookishrealmreviews.blogspot.com/2015/06/beautiful-bloggers-award.html

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    1. Thank you so much! I'll check it out! :)

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  8. Along with our shared love of Pride and Prejudice, Catherine Morland, Mansfield Park and Fanny Price, and Wives and Daughters, I will have to add crocheting and tea-drinking :) Thank you for stopping by my blog! - Maggie @ macarons & paperbacks

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  9. Hi,

    I read your review of Celtic Woman's Destiny CD and I thought I's write to say how much I love both the CD and the DVD. I am a retired Christian pastor who had to retire earlier than I would have liked because my congregation thought it more important to pay off their mortgage 10 years early than to pay their pastor. So my dedication to ministry was challenged. Celtic Woman has helped me to keep my faith strong. And destiny is very important in that regard. Songs like their powerful versions of Amazing Grace and You Raise Me Up (both on the DVD but not on the CD) inspire me. And I am especially grateful to Susan McFadden for her lovely "Sometimes a Prayer Will Do" and to Eabha McMahon for "Walk Beside Me." Their previous albums have also been inspiring, but Destiny came into my hands at just the right time. Thanks for reviewing it.

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