Today’s challenge is to discover some superpowers I didn’t know that I had.
Before I start, I’m going to say that I’m English, and to admit that I even have superpowers really goes against the grain. I am so used to the British way of being self-depreciating, that this assignment is very difficult for me. But as the challenge here is to brag, I’m gonna have to just do it.
So, here goes.
In my opinion, my first superpower is that I am not afraid to try new things. In fact, I thrive on change, new challenges and new adventures. It makes me adaptable and able to go with the flow; a definite superpower.
I am a mother. That requires superpower. I carried and gave birth to five babies, who I home school. Along with all that, I nourished and nurtured them as infants (well, I still do), and together with my husband, am about to embark on a world schooling, entrepreneur life style. I found strength I didn’t know I had when my toddler became sick to the point of almost dying, and strength to get us through the weeks of treatment and recovery which followed. Oh, and I can heal ouchies with a kiss. Now, that is the biggest superpower of all!
I usually find that I can do well in anything I am interested enough in to try. For example, creating new recipes for my gluten intolerant husband, or playing my first ever season of field hockey, and winning the trophy for the most improved player in my division. Oh, and along with the running of a very busy household, I’ve just finished writing a book. Yep, I am pretty good at managing to do whatever it is that I set my mind to.
Now to ask my husband what he thinks…
He says that I have great discernment and intuition, and that he thinks I am a good person who is absolutely unable to be corrupted. I’m actually genuinely touched by this. I think I’m about to go and give him a big hug.
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 4