Who am I? I am a nurse, a former soldier, a mom, a wife, a linguist, an organism, not always in that order. I love reading, writing, working on translations, learning about different software, spending time with my family. Mostly I like to spend my time alone, inventing things that only I will see, researching obscure questions and things I come across in my daily dealings in the healthcare environment. I tinker, I wonder, I ponder, and I drive my family absolutely mad at times due to being distractible and forgetful, much like the absent-minded professor from Dr. Doolittle.
Still, it has me unperturbed. I cannot imagine being different or even needing companionship or amusement as often as regular people seem to need. Don’t get me wrong. I can get lonely. Only…it seldom happens. Suffice it for me to know my husband is about somewhere in the house and the kids likewise and it is sufficient for me to be able to sink into the world within my head and cease to be in this one for as long as I am able to get away with it. And that, I believe, is precisely as it should be 😉