My name is Liz von Ehrenkrook.
I live in Seattle, Washington with my husband, Mat, and cat, Pixel. I am a spiritual nomad, an introvert, a collector of tattoos, and a devourer of books. I prefer taking the stairs over riding in an elevator (for health reasons and claustrophobia), and I appreciate naps, fresh mangoes, and chocolate milk.
Writing is in my DNA. It helps me understand myself.
Up to now, my blog's theme has been all about changing my mind, deconstructing what I believe when it comes to faith and spirituality. Currently, I'm not writing publicly about anything - I'm on a hiatus of sorts - and instead I'm writing for myself, about everything. I'm learning to recapture the sacredness of my words, to reclaim them. After all, they are my feelings in printed form, and I'm more sensitive than I like to admit.
This is a chapter of my life that is coming to a close; the pages are worn with sentences masked in faded highlighter and scribbled notes smudged and illegible littering the margins. I know this story by heart, I can recite it word for word, and I'm simply ready to begin a new chapter.
"When we are centered in who we truly are deep down, there is less necessity to defend ourselves."
Catherine Ann Jones
Thanks for stopping by, I'll see you soon.