Who Am I?

Updated: Sep 5, 2019

My name is Sarah. Welcome!!

Who am I?

I thought it would be a good topic to discuss in this first installment of Humility in Unknown Possibility. I ask myself this question upon exiting the threshold of my house every day. Who am I?

First, let me tell you why I ask myself this question daily. I work everyday, even on the days I may be taking a break, I work. And I have to ask this question daily to remind me of why I work, who I work for, and why I matter. This question focuses my attention on what matters, why it matters, and what needs to be done.

Who am I?

I would describe myself as motivated, direct, and encouraging.

I would describe myself as generous, selfless, and helpful.

I would describe myself as strong, powerful, and influential.

I would describe myself as someone in the midst of discovery, transformation, and growth.

I would describe myself as someone who's always fighting for justice and speaking truth into existence.

And most of all I would describe myself as a pineapple.

“Be a pineapple. Be unique, Stand tall, and wear a crown, always.”

Who am I?

I am a wife and the recipient of the Best Wife Dundie Award for 2018 (thanks to my hubby who awarded me the award).

I am a puppy momma, to the one and only Bullxer Epione Marie Downs. I love the slobbery kisses and all the accompanied messes.

I am a daughter to a great cookie baking momma and a handyman dad-man.

I am a sister, to my twin Hannah, and my big sis Kelli.

I am an Aunt to three wonderful munchkins and a couple of kitties.

I am a friend to so many.

I am a college student in junior year at Shenandoah University, where I study Public Health and Political Science

I am a mentor to girls ages 11 to 13.

I am a healthcare worker.

I am an activist for legislation that will advance the health of United States Citizens.

I am a Speech and Debate nerd.

And theres so much more.

Why am I the way I am?

My husband always jokes about this question. And if I could tell you I would.

Why Blog?

I have created this blog as a place to express emotions, art, and so much more. I feel as though my thoughts often go without being said, or being recorded due to being too busy. And I felt as though that needed to change.

I hope this platform can serve as a place for discussion. I hope this place can serve as a recorded journey. I hope this place can serve as a space to reflect and relate. I hope this space can serve as a platform for inspiration and more.

I’m happy you got to know me. Do you, be you, see you later boo!

Welcome to Humility in Unknown Possibilities.

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