Tuesday, August 19, 2008

The definiton of you

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This week, one of my fellow Fun Monday participants, Jeanna, posed this question:

Are we defined by nationality or region, looks, profession or lack thereof? What defines you: Your job, your family, your desires, your roots—what?

One half of my family, my Dad's side, has been in America, forever, since the 1700's, my Mom's side has been here for 3-4 generations. I'm an American, but I'm also half Norwegian and half everything else. I also think I'm defined by my actions. I'm a daughter, sister, wife, aunt mother, grandmother, friend, animal lover. I'm a bookseller, artist, gardener, cook, photographer, blogger, writer. I'm no longer a seamstress, but I'm an knitter, crocheter and beader.

Obviously, I thought this was an interesting question. What about you, how are you defined?

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4 comments:

the teach said...

Jan, I certainly am a wife, sister, SIL, friend. I'm Irish. I'm a blogger big time! :)

Flutterby said...

I just had to do this one on my blog this morning!

Mrs. G. said...

Wife, mom, reader, writer, helper, friend and Dorito lover.

lisaschaos said...

Daughter (I was that first after all), granddaughter, wife, mom, photographer, blogger, cancer survivor, geocacher, woman, friend, and the best, grandma. :)

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