My name is Angie. I married a Keh. So I am hence, Mrs. Keh. I like this name.
I feel ordinary. I also feel that we are all capable of living extraordinary lives. I came to believe that living a “safe” life was the way to go. The only way to survive, in fact. But the trouble with a “safe” life is that it hardly seems like living.
I am in a transition. From the ordinary to the extraordinary.
I am a wife, a mother, a sister, a daughter, a friend… I am many things. But for this moment with you, I am a writer. I sit at my desk and type in this (cyber)space that in some ways is the only space that I can create and call my own so easily.
I write to push myself. I write to practice. I write because most of the time it makes me happy.
I live in New York City. I have one extraordinary husband, one little munchkin (and one on the way), and one fluffy pup (who is on extended vacation with the grandparents).
I like books about psychology, books about people finding their passions, dresses, wine, people who make me take life less seriously, letterpress, romantic comedies, afternoon tea, all things Parisian, the 1950s… sometimes in that order.
I love it when a conversation with someone makes you feel alive.
I am immensely grateful that you took the time to visit my blog.