About Moi

Life is crazy and beautiful. Some people love trying to put their experiences and feelings into words. They like to share their perspective and their ideas, ideally to share their life story. That is me and that is what this blog is about. I like to call it writing, but you can be your own judge. My dream is to write and communicate with others for a living, in whatever way I can find.

“Normality is a paved road: It’s comfortable to walk, but no flowers grow on it.” -Vincent Van Gogh

Reading is my first love, followed by writing. The main goal of this blog is to share my life experiences as a young adult who is just figuring it all out as she goes and, most importantly, a passionate individual trying to find the beauty in all things. You will find a mix of thoughts, experiences, writing, books, recipes, and products! On top of it all, my fiance and I are jumping (hopefully feet first) into restoring a 1972 Airstream Sovereign for full-time living. We are ridiculously excited about this chapter in our life, but it’s definitely a labor of love.

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18 thoughts on “About Moi

  1. As a follower of “A Way With Words”, you are invited to a domain warming party as I move to a new blog address. Click on this link –


    You’ll think you are in a parallel universe.

    While you are there, be sure to click the “Follow” button. Within the next week, I plan to publish exclusively from this site. Don’t miss out on any of the fun!

    1. You’re welcome. Thanks for sharing your perspective, and, you have a great writing style! Thank you for stopping by and putting my blog on your to-read list. I know how that goes! 🙂

      1. You’re welcome and thank you very much for the compliment but this post is based upon my writing “circles of fear” and rewritten by my friend Linda from appletonavenue. You might check her out, she is linked in the post 🙂
        Thanks again, gonna check your blog out right now.

    1. Thank you for stopping by!
      As for my favorite novel, ahh! That’s a tough one. I’ve loved quite a few books in my short time, but I’d have to say it’s a tie between “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” by Betty Smith or “The Distant Hours” by Kate Morton or… well the list could go on and on–but I won’t bore you with them haha. And you?

      1. They aren’t very popular books, which may be why I like them so much! Well, and they are well written of course.

        I do like Twain, although sadly, I haven’t read anything by him in the last few years. But, I cannot get enough of Twain quotes! They are the best!

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