About Kerry

AN INTRODUCTION

I wanted to include a little about myself because I figure if I am asking people to share in my journey with me, they may want to know a little about me. In initial introductions, we often describe ourselves in terms of labels. Here are a few of mine:

kerry

  • Daughter
  • Sister
  • Birth Order: Youngest
  • Aunt
  • Mother (whose children were not born)
  • Friend
  • Divorcee
  • Lawyer (litigator, business lawyer, collaborative law advocate)
  • Off and on Yogi
  • Enigma (as one of my former bosses described me)
  • Granola (as my brother-in-law and some friends described me)
  • Perfectionist, Type A & Competitive
    (ahhh.. the enigma makes a little more sense – granola and Type A, huh?!)
  • Outgoing, Fun, Ambitious, and an Old Yet Young and Beautiful Soul (As my dear friend Christina described me – she called as I am writing this and gave me a boost … Okay, I added the young but we are all young heart)
  • Spiritual
  • Shadow Artist in the midst of becoming simply an Artist (As described in the book The Artist’s Way by Julie Cameron)
  • International Thespian
    (I loved being in the school plays – and even wrote and directed my own. (Thank you Sister Eileen!) The experience was awesome; the play …. perhaps not)
  • Books that stayed with me: (Living Buddha, Living Christ by Thich Nhat Hanh, The Autobiography of Benjamin
    Franklin by Joe Smith (just kidding), Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert, The Swerve by Stephen Greenblatt,
    The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wittles, Outliers & Blink by Malcolm Gladwell,
    The Alchemist and Aleph by Paulo Coelho, & on any other given day, this list may look different.)
  • Music: Yes, I love it!
    (However, I am horrible with names of songs and bands. I would lose any name that song contest but I would win any dance contest – as long as the contest did not involve dancing to the beat of the song, which I can never seem to find)
  • Former gymnast
  • Often winner of who has the most scars contest
    (See former gymnast)
  • Worst job: housekeeper at a hospital
  • Best Job: housekeeper at a Hospital
    ( … okay, not really. I really, really, really do not like germs. In college, I had a weekly
    budget of $10. A co-worker learned of this, and at the end of one shift, I
    found a $20 bill on my cleaning cart with a note ͞Go have fun!͟Thank you Gwen! So for this, I am
    blessed by having had this job; by working here, I met wonderful co-workers, fostered a strong work ethic, learned to walk with my eyes closed (that is another story), and I often win who had the worst job in college contest)

Now, that the coffee shop introduction is complete, let’s get to know one another beyond labels. Hopefully, by following my journey, you will get a sense of who I am.

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