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R is for ____________

August 22nd, 2011

READER – I’ve always been a reader, the library being one of my favorite places to visit as a girl. I distinctly remember reading a book a day when I was in 7th and 8th grade.

REALIST – I’ve seen a lot of things in my life and therefore I am a realist. I try not to have unrealistic goals for myself or for others. I try to accept that things will not be perfect. This is a bit difficult since I have a habit of being a bit of a perfectionist.

RELIGIOUS – I grew up in a very conservative Christian home and continue to be very religious, though not in the traditional sense of the word.

RURAL – I’m a rural soul. I’ve lived in various cities, but my heart has always been in a rural place. I love the slow pace of rural life.

REAL FOODIE – I appreciate good real simple food. I’ve transitioned to this from more of foodie in the regular sense of the word. I’m learning to love food at it’s essence, as close to nature as possible.

RESERVED – I’m a fairly private person and am very reserved about a lot of things. This is probably because I’m a introvert. It’s kind of funny that I have a blog

REFLECTIVE – I try to be reflective and learn from my mistakes. I strive to become a better person all the time and being reflective is key in achieving this.

What words/phrases describe you that start with a R?

Who’s joining in:
Nic at Nip it in the Bud
KB from My Old New House
Chas from Heritage Acres Homestead
Erika from Our Homegrown Family
Candie from Finding My Roots
Louisa from The Really Good Life
Judy from My Freezer is Full
Xan from Not Dabbling in Normal and Mahlzeit
Amy from I Love Nubians, Make Mine Mini
Jaspanelle from Paganites
Greg from plot 52 is doing beautiful illustrations!
Lisa from Realisa Building an Authentic Life
Emily from Sincerely Emily
Joanna from Zeb Bakes
Misky from Misk Cooks
Compostwoman from The Compost Bin
Tracy from Back to Basics
Susan from Penless Writer
Whit from Knitty Whit
Lynn from Edging Toward the Good Life
Join the Alphabet in August Flickr Photo Group

(if you’re joining in on your blog let me know so I can add you to the list and please link to the daily post here at Chiot’s Run when you post and a pingback will show up in the comments here so people can head over to read your words).

4 Comments to “R is for ____________”
  1. K.B. on August 22, 2011 at 5:15 am

    I like your rainy r pics!
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  2. Joanna on August 22, 2011 at 9:25 am

    Morning Chiot’s Run! It’s quite hard work this, writing a post every day, but it’s great to scoot round and see what others are doing, they are all quite different. All the best, Joanna
    Joanna´s last post ..T is for… Tarragon Tomato Passata

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  3. goatpod2 on August 22, 2011 at 9:32 am

    I used reader as well. My U is up now.

    Amy
    goatpod2´s last post ..U is for______________

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  4. KimH on August 22, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    Reader, realist, rural spirit, reserved to a degree, and very reflective all describe me as well..
    Romping also describes me in that I’ll go romping thru fields & woods and creeks.. I love that…and its been too long..
    Regular ol joe… not too puffed up in life but not broken spirited either
    Roamer-I love to roam… I’ve lived in many houses and in several states, and I love to wander around this world.. I’d love to roam the world at large too.. someday… but I always love having my home to come back to. ♥

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