I want to know you.

So many of my blog readers are anonymous.  I know you’re out there, friends!  Would you humor me and leave a comment?  It will only take you a minute, and it would delight this poor old writer who has the winter blues and whose manuscript is going to be the death of her.

Here’s what I want to know:

1. Your name.
2. Something you want.
3. The song you can’t get enough of.
4. Your favorite word.
5. A challenge you’re facing.

As for me:

  1. Jackie Lea Sommers aka Jack, Jach, Jav, Jake, Jacob, Deet.
  2. I want readers to adore my characters.
  3. “The Insect” by Falling Up
  4. Apostrophe.
  5. About to resume revisions on Salt Novel. Eeeek!!

32 thoughts on “I want to know you.

  1. 1. Kathryn. Most people call me Kat or Gato.
    2. I’m working up the courage for a new (to me) kitten.
    3. I’ve been into ” Feel It Still” by Portugal the Man. Hated it the first few times I heard it but now it’s been stuck in my head for three days.
    4. I like the word “plethora.”
    5. I need a new kitchen floor.

    I’ve been an anonymous reader of yours for years, I can say for a fact thay I’ve read every single blog post on this page. Thank you for writing.

    • Kat! You came out of the woodwork! I’m so glad. Thanks for the sweet comment– it’s so good to know people are reading!

      “Feel It Still” is soooooo good and makes me want to dance. And makes me wish I actually knew HOW to dance! 🙂

  2. 1. Akilah
    2. Right now, for my face to stop hurting (sinuses).
    3. I’m not really listening to any music to have an answer for this question.
    4. I honestly don’t have one–maybe “pique” when used correctly.
    5. again, right now, my enflamed sinuses

  3. 1. Paul
    2. To feel at peace (or a girlfriend who can tolerate my OCD 🙂
    3. Bennie and the Jets – Elton John
    4. (a few!): Perspective, Simplicity, Patience
    5. OCD and caring for my Angel of a Mom who has dementia.

  4. 1. Amanda
    2. To find my ‘purpose’ in life
    3. Many, but all too embarrassing to say 😛
    4. Elixir
    5. Learning how to be generous while maintaining boundaries

  5. Ok I’ll play 🙂

    1. Kara
    2. A townhouse or house instead of an apartment, preferably closer to friends and church.
    3. Currently, Rewrite the Stars (Zendaya, Zac Efron) OR This is Me (Keala Settle) from The Greatest Showman
    4. I’m gonna borrow cuz it’s hard to pick – Petrichor (which is one of my favs already)
    5. To be happier more often just as I am

    • I just heard This is Me by Keala Settle the other day and I bawled!!

      Best wishes on your search for a place of your own. I had an automated search send “matches” to my inbox every day for three years before suddenly I saw one and was like, “I think that’s it.” I visited that house the next day– twice– and put in an offer not long after. It was a long wait, but I LOVE my house.

  6. 1. Shannon aka Mommy Rhetoric
    2. I am not even sure and now I am thinking I should
    3. Beautiful by Eminem
    4. Dichotomy always has been…the idea of two
    5. Making a huge professional decision

  7. 1. Sarah
    2. I really want to find a job!
    3. Definitely This is Me from the Greatest Showman. Or Don’t Blame Me by Taylor Swift.
    4. I’ve always loved saying the word brackish. But my word for 2018 is change.
    5. Definitely OCD. (Find your blog has helped me. I’m planning on starting at home erp really soon)

  8. 1. Emily
    2. More sleep
    3. “Rewrite the Stars” from The Greatest Showman (currently in my head)
    4. Sublime
    5. Constantly trying to figure out how to balance being an introvert who loves having a social life.

    I’m a recent graduate of UNW btw. 🙂

  9. 1. Rachel
    2. To feel a clear sense of my purpose in life all the way to my bones
    3. “Baseball” by Hippo Campus
    4. Effervescent
    5. Going through the homebuying process for the first time with my partner

    I don’t know if you remember me, Jackie, but I found your website about five years ago and sent you an email, and you were so kind to me. I was also living in Minnesota at the time. I’ve come a long way since then (and feel I have a long way to go still!), and I still visit your website every so often.

    Thank you for sharing your generous heart. I hope you’re doing well!

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