Hi there! I’m Grace. I started this blog to chronicle my adventures in Toronto, Ontario, Canada during summer 2010. I attend a residential school created for geeks like me. I pretend to be a health nut, but that only extends to what I cook (and then only sometimes). I would love to garden, but have yet to overcome my black thumb. Half of what I try to do doesn’t work because I don’t follow instructions when I should. I love foreign languages and linguistics. I bhangra (or try to). Theater is awesome, and performing is the best part. I procrastinate… a lot. Even if I’m hiding out in my room 24/7, I’m not trying to be reclusive… really. I enjoy sleeping. I can sometimes draw something decent. I love music and wish I were better at any instrument. Knitting is a lot of fun. I love reading about subjects that interest me, so my head is full of theory that I often have trouble figuring out how to apply to real life. I’m a rebel at heart and do things unconventionally when I can. As a Christian, I am probably less conservative than I should be, the slightest hint of legalism sends me into rant mode, I emphasize the love part, I sometimes try to look into semantics with next to no knowledge of Greek or Hebrew, and I’m always trying to understand more. Here, also, I fall into the trap of being too intellectual and not practical enough – lots of theory, lack of application. I’d probably do a better job of it if I were less self-centered and more self-motivated. And life is life.
Oh, and as you might have guessed from that paragraph of rambling – I’m not very organized. 😉