One Hundred Things for the One Hundredth Post


  1. I am uncomfortable writing 100 things about myself.
  2. I am an introvert.
  3. I am a Baby Boomer.
  4. I am a grandmother.
  5. I am a mother.
  6. I am an only child.
  7. I am a New Englander.
  8. I am of Scots and English descent.
  9. I accepted Jesus Christ into my heart at a young age, trusting in His atonement for my sin to save me from eternal separation from God. I am a redeemed child of God.
  10. I am the granddaughter of Canadian immigrants.
  11. I am a graduate of Baptist Bible College in Clarks Summit, PA.
  12. I am a teacher working as a school bus driver.
  13. I am more comfortable writing than speaking when it comes to anything important.
  14. I am uncomfortable in crowds and noisy places.
  15. I am easily distracted.
  16. I am an emotional person.
  17. I am a lover of books and libraries and used bookstores.
  18. I am an idea person.
  19. I am a follower, not a leader, yet not afraid to stand apart from the pack.
  20. I am a lifelong learner.
  21. I am not much interested in politics.
  22. I am most comfortable in the presence of mountains.
  23. I am a lover of the ocean.
  24. I am a reader of historical fiction.
  25. I am a compassionate person.
  26. I am a chocolate lover.
  27. I am divorced.
  28. I am happy being single.
  29. I am trusting God daily to meet my needs.
  30. I am a Baptist.
  31. I am burdened for missions in the 10/40 window of the world, countries between 10 and 40 degrees latitude, generally the most unreached and most persecuted countries of the world.
  32. I am a Red Sox fan, but not a fanatic.
  33. I am a messy cook.
  34. I am clumsy.
  35. I am honest to a fault.
  36. I am a loyal friend.
  37. I am a planner and an organizer.
  38. I am a saver, though not a hoarder, just a collector.
  39. I am allergic to animals, trees, and grass.
  40. I am not a dog person, because of my allergies.
  41. I am not a cat person either, though I had one once.
  42. I am old-fashioned.
  43. I am frightened by animation (cartoons).
  44. I am somewhat afraid of heights.
  45. I am frugal.
  46. I am a pessimist by nature.
  47. I am a small town girl, not a city girl.
  48. I am a tent camper.
  49. I am a lover of piano, flute, and cello music.
  50. I am a homebody.
  51. I am not afraid to learn new things.
  52. I am not an athlete.
  53. I am not a good swimmer.
  54. I am competitive by nature.
  55. I am afraid of giving so much information out about myself 🙂
  56. I am thankful for God’s Word.  It is a great comfort and strength to me daily.
  57. I am thankful for my children, all of them.  They continue to teach me so much about myself.
  58. I am the daughter of an alcoholic father, who died in 2007.
  59. I am the survivor of spousal abuse.  My children are abuse survivors.
  60. I am the daughter of a Korean War veteran.
  61. I am the mother of an Afghanistan War veteran.
  62. I am the mother and mother-in-law of Navy veterans.
  63. I am a soldier of Jesus Christ.
  64. I am proud of my country’s history.
  65. I am an American.
  66. I am a Vermont cheese lover (not so much Wisconsin).
  67. I am a lover of hand-knitted woolen mittens.
  68. I am a Chevy person (as opposed to Ford — sorry, Phil).
  69. I am more comfortable driving my bus than my car.
  70. I am blessed to be part of a ladies’ Sunday School class.
  71. I am a quilter, self-taught, nothing fancy.
  72. I am my family’s historian.
  73. I am a lover of history.
  74. I am having trouble remembering what I already wrote 🙂
  75. I am the daughter of one suffering from dementia.
  76. I am the daughter of a perfectionist.
  77. I am memorizing the book of Philippians.
  78. I am counting the years until I can retire.
  79. I am not content to live so far from my family.
  80. I am an avid picture taker, amateur, with my point and shoot camera.
  81. I have lived in eight states — MA, NH, PA, ID, AK, VT, NY, WI — in that order.
  82. I have been to thirty-six states and four provinces of Canada.
  83. I moved ten times (six different towns) when I was growing up, and fifteen times (fourteen different towns) as an adult (so far).
  84. I loved going to summer camp as a child and an adult (family week).
  85. My favorite vacation state is Vermont.
  86. My favorite ice cream is peppermint stick.
  87. I love the old hymns.  Not a lover of contemporary worship music.
  88. I am a people watcher.
  89. I am an imaginative person.
  90. I am almost finished with this!  I am a lover of finished projects.
  91. I am not a good ‘nurse’.
  92. I am a train person, meaning I’m not an enthusiast but I love watching them and riding on them.
  93. I am not a fan of Jane Austen.
  94. I am not a lover of classic literature.
  95. I am a bread lover.
  96. I am a good listener.
  97. I am in awe of God’s love for me and His daily grace and mercy and His forgiveness for my sin.
  98. I am finding it hard to believe that anyone would read all the way through this list.
  99. I love the Great Blue Heron.  Love watching them fly.  Also hawks and falcons.  Fascinated by their size and grace.
  100. I am thankful to be done with this list.  It got long in the middle, picked up and slowed again at the end.

I am thankful for my blog friends, for your patience and quiet endurance with me.  Please leave a comment so I’ll know who you are.  I do hope you’ll be back soon!

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7 thoughts on “One Hundred Things for the One Hundredth Post

  1. Cindy says:

    I loved reading your list! I’m sure it’s not surprising that I can identify with many of them. After traveling through most of the country, I can say Vermont is still my favorite state 🙂

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    • thesilverofhisfining says:

      Do you think it’s (VT) in our blood? It was our grandparents favorite state too. I’m glad you enjoyed my list. It was a bit of a chore to do, but I’m glad that I did it. Might be more interesting to have other people write a list of who I am 🙂 Joyce

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      • Cindy says:

        I didn’t know VT was their favorite, that’s pretty cool. I think we inherit a lot of things that stay in our blood throughout the generations no matter where life may take us 🙂

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