I’m still neglecting this space.
It’s the whole, having-three-kids and having-a-new-love in my life that are occupying a lot of my time these days. Naturally.
It will likely be more interesting if you live in Thunder Bay or you’re from Thunder Bay. I love talking and I love learning about people; I’m having so much fun introducing readers to the people I meet on my daily travels throughout my part of the city.
It’s my own little Sesame Street.
These are the people in my neighbourhood…
Now remember, if you don’t live in or work in the Port Arthur half of Thunder Bay, you can still be featured. It’s not a hard and fast rule, it’s just a lovely little bit of alliteration (PEOPLE of PORT ARTHUR) that appeals so greatly to me! Plus, I am not a frequent visitor to the southernmost areas of our city.
If you see me out and about, you’re welcome to approach me and ask for a feature on People of Port Arthur. I have a backlog of people so it wouldn’t actually happen immediately. But it would happen eventually!
However, if I’m with my kids and they’re screaming or running into traffic or punching each other, it’s best not to approach unless you want an exasperated eye roll for a response. You know, you gotta feel the room.
Another little pastime that’s been consuming my hours is a new art endeavour.
It’s something fun and creative that has the potential (through commissions) to earn a bit of pocket money. And by pocket money, I mean grocery money.
So! Despite my neglect, it was really nice to see this article in The Argus today!
Each blogger had a lovely description following the picture. It was interesting to know that someone out there considers me a badass. Me? Little old me??? I think I’m pretty strong and resilient so I will take that badass label and wear it proudly.
I spend a lot of time writing about other people and I’m pretty good at writing about myself with honesty and objectivity. It’s interesting, a bit surprising, and humbling to read what someone else has written about you.
Thank you to the author, Leah Ching, who used such kind words to describe me and my fellow girl bloggers.
One thing is definitely for certain: I’m in great company, here in Thunder Bay. I’m lucky and blessed to know so many creative and talented people and even luckier to be counted in their numbers.
Thank you readers for continuing to come back. I may not write as frequently as I used to, but I’m not going anywhere.