New me, new language

Messing around with Instagram; this is the obligatory mirror selfie.

Messing around with Instagram; the obligatory mirror selfie.

I am trying to think of new adjectives to describe myself these days. I used to use younger-sounding ones like “nerd girl” and “explorer chick,” or maternal-sounding ones like “da mama.”

But in this time of redefining myself I realize I need to come up with updated words to define the redefinition… if that makes sense. One I particularly like is “Far Seer.” You’ll be hearing more and more from Far-Seer in days to come.

I’m an elder now, not a girl. I still love to travel and learn and laugh, but there is a whole lot more wisdom and experience behind my adventures than there ever was. I need to learn how to start expressing that.

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About Dawn-Ann

A home-grown British Columbian, I currently live a mobile life, mainly between Nanaimo and Calgary. Nature lover, thinker, CE-5'er and far-seer. Devoted gramma to adorable twin grandchildren. My life just keeps getting richer and better all the time!
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One Response to New me, new language

  1. Bonnie Kirkpatrick says:

    My great,great,great grandfather was Hugh Kirkpatrick,who born in 1780 West Virginia. He was married to Rachel Kelly. This is far as I can go. One of my aunts married a Kirkpatrick. His line of Kirkpatricks were from Canada. When they got married they found out they were not from the line of Kirkpatrick. A distant cousin did some research I believe he accidently put members from the other line into our line of Kirkpatrick If have any information that might me with my research ,please sent to me

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