Over the last couple of years, I’ve written about abuse, my feelings for my parents, and explored more deeply into myself, unearthing memories and connecting them with emotions and actions that I am currently experiencing.
My objective here, is to write something outside my norm, outside the area in
which I have become comfortable about what I am writing. So what I’m going to do now, is write in some way, as to say positive things about myself, in the third person.
She gets along with everyone, even those who are troublesome to her. Her talents are many, including adaptive sports, poetry, playing the guitar, maintaining the church website, photography, and now I need to stop and think some more, as fear is sticking its head in and blocking anything positive about her.
She is quite intelligent and has excellent insight. She is extremely shy, but will still join in a conversation.
Her greatest love is Sudoku. Before she was diagnosed with MS, she had no interest in Sudoku. But in an attempt to train her brain not to give in to cognitive issues, started doing crossword puzzles and Sudoku puzzles. It would be safe to say she is hooked on Sudoku. I mean really hooked.