I’m just a 40-something young woman interested in too many things to count. I’ve always wished someone would pay me to go to school. I love learning new things, yoga, reading, the water (swimming in it, drinking it, sitting by it), all kinds of music – really!, cooking, watching movies and quality television (drama, sitcom, comedy, the real stuff – all of it really, as long as it’s good), people watching, books (especially the smell of new books.) I’m a complex individual, yet I love the simple things. A glass is half full kind of gal. I prefer right over wrong. I like the path less travelled, although I’ve been known to take the paved route from time to time. I dabble in writing. I like to dabble. I like the word “dabble.” I like words. I like playing with words to see where they lead me.
I’d love to hear from you: theycallmejane(at)rocketmail(dot)com
23 responses to “Who Me?”
i just found your site, and added it to my faves. keep up the good work!
brooke, a fellow blogger
Just a head’s up–I’m sending some readers to your blog this weekend! 🙂
“I dabble in writing. I like to dabble. I like the word “dabble.” I like words. I like playing with words to see where they lead me.”
I love this. It’s all about dabbling and playing with words. Love your site!
Oooh, I like your description, I can relate!! I love your blog, so glad I found it!
Thanks for coming by. I’ll be back.
I’m adding you to my blogroll!
Thanks for all your kind comments on my blog. Sorry, I can never find your email to reply. I appreciate your visits!
May I add you to my blog roll? …that is if I ever figure out how to do that?
I’m glad you enjoy my blog and have learned some interesting things about Korea. I read some of your posts and think you have a knack for writing. My sister and I were both adopted from Korea when we were young. The fact that I’m living here for a year is more of a coincidence than an intention. Growing up, I had very little interest in anything about Korea – I tried hard to distance myself from that part of me. (Perhaps, a result of me living in a very small, white town). But it’s been a fantastic experience living here for the 8 months so far. Do you have plans on traveling and visiting here? It’s quite a different country, somethings good, somethings…well, just different. 🙂
I like the title of your blog 😀
I also love the word and the action of “dabbling.” Happy to find your blog~
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I found your blog through your comments on Average Girl’s blog…wondering if it’s okay to add a link to your blog on mine? We seem to have a lot in common (except for yoga – I’m lucky if I can walk and chew gum at the same time).
Read your Who Me page! Me and my siblings used to “People-Watch” too!!! how funny is that…
I think people are incredibly interesting. The 2009 BBC version of “Emma,” is the perfect people-watching movie; look it up on youtube, the whole thing is there.
Loving your blog! Thank you for writing. 🙂
i thought it’s weird that i love the smell of new books. well, at least now i am not alone. i love too the feel of each pages and the sight of prints. i am having fun too with words, not the long ones , but the pun. in here i love what i see thus i am following you, ok 🙂
I find you very interesting, you are just like me actualy!
nice to stop over for a visit. 🙂
maybe we can be friends.
in the cyber world.
blessings, and thank you for your kind words today…
it really meant a lot. An unexpected gift.
Just spent some time reading your old posts. I like you, you sound a lot likr me. An awful lot.
What a pleasure it is to meet you. I am now subscribing.
You’re a dabbler, I’m a piddler. Kinda the same. I can relate to so much of your “Who Me?” Following.
I just passed along the Versatile Blogger Award to you! You may have it already, but I just wanted you to know that your blog makes me laugh out loud! Stop by my site for more info. 🙂
Just wanted you to know that I tagged you in a game of tag AND gave you the Good Apple award. 🙂 Check out my blog for the details.
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