I’m the type of person that completes tasks or assignments when I say I will. What continues to baffle me is why others either can’t or have an array of excuses for why they couldn’t.
For Nancy Elizabeth Marquardt (Dec. 18, 1958 – May 9, 2010)
It has been three years since my mom passed away. Continue reading
I never walked to school when I was younger. I had friends that walked, but I always had either a parent take me home or a friend of mine. Now that I’m in college and living off campus, I am walking everyday. Doesn’t matter the weather: sunshine, rain, even snow! I find that I really enjoy my walks to school and back home. Continue reading
I’ve decided that I’m going to move my advice section of the blog to it’s own little home on another blog. I want this blog to be more about who I am in addition to the person giving advice. This way I should be updating more frequently on both, rather than the sporadic thing I have going on right now. Though part of that is due to a busy schedule.
Anyway, my advice can be found at: www.adviceandanopenear.wordpress.com
A year and four months ago I lost my mom to breast cancer. It’s a topic that still hits close to home, but the best way to express how I feel about my mom is through this essay that I wrote and later submitted to a site called This I Believe and got accepted to be published on.
As a writer, I want to be able to share my writing with others. I constantly talk about what I’ve written, but have no way to show it physically to others.
I want to use this as portfolio to showcase my work and blog about my everyday passions. I have so many things that I love and wish to share with others.
You can follow me on twitter at: @sammarquardt
Also you can follow me on instagram at: sammarquardt