I love learning. My life activities and interests have required me to learn a a variety of things. I am the executive director of a nonprofit; a Bible teacher and speaker; a food and nutrition research chemist; a lover of my culture and rich history; an advocate for mental wellness among my people and our children. With all that learning, my head was about to explode. I had to share more of it. That’s where the blog idea hit me. But what kind? I didn’t want to limit myself to one topic.
I didn’t know what I was doing so I began on Blogger because it was available and convenient on my Google account. I had random subjects, random thoughts so how was I to combine them and make sense? I settled on the title Pat’s Thoughts Out Loud. I thought that should cover whatever thoughts I might have about anything. After a few months, I tried to add some features to my blog that were either not available or difficult to do. That’s how I ended up on WordPress. I had to change the title but I wanted a similar theme. Back to the randomness. Pat’s Random Thoughts was born.
My posts will be random covering topics that include but not limited to organic non-GMO foods, gluten, dairy and soy-free cooking, mental wellness, black History, nonprofit management and the Bible. My random thoughts might seem scary (like what is going on in that woman’s head?) You can never tell what might come to the forefront of my brain. I have had people tell me that I think about things most people don’t and some times I ask questions about things that most “normal” people don’t but join me anyway. It might be fun. Who knows, I might ask a question you wanted to ask but had too much sense to do it.
Please share your thoughts, questions, recipes or experience. I like learning and I know you have a lot you can teach me.
Did I forget to tell you? I am a speaker and teacher. I enjoy provoking others to think , empowering them to make informed, wise decisions for themselves and then motivating them to do so. I am a storyteller but I love to teach interactively. I guess the storytelling appeals to the hidden actress in me. Here is a little of me.