Sometimes we just gotta let loose. Have a little fun. Thus I had this crazy idea…and I’m pretty excited about it. Hope you love it and if you have suggestions for questions, leave them in the comments! :- )
Name: Ronie Kendig
Home State (completely with address so we can stalk you): my home state is Texas, but I just moved to VA for my husband’s job.
Occupation: homeschooling mom and author
Hair Color: reddish brown
Celebrity crush: My celebrity crush isn’t necessarily because of looks. I tend to ‘crush’ on those who are able to carry a role, no matter what. Right now, it’s a tie between two actors: Daniel Craig with that rare, rawness and vulnerability that he portrays masterfully, and Gerard Butler, who I was honestly so sad to see sliding down the romantic comedy vein. He’s now starring in Olympus Has Fallen, where he really flexes his acting chops. I’m elated! J
#1 favorite pastime: I’d have to say my favorite pastime is doing anything as long as my family is with me.
Best book of your childhood: I loved the Richard Scarry books! I hated Dr. Seuss because the creatures were creepy to me.
Go to comfort food: it used to be pastries until I developed a gluten intolerance and now, I love a good bowl of ice cream with fruit.
Worst job you ever had: I worked at a student loan marketing association at night once right as the digital age swept in. Because I had good typing skills, I was tasked with transferring the data from paper to the computers—it TERRIFIED me that I might mistype someone’s information or loan amount! ACK! I only stayed there three months.
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Happiest moment of your life: I’d probably have to say the day I married my husband because out of that were birthed other “happiest moments” that tie right up there for first—like the births of my four children. J
One thing on your bucket list: To visit Israel where our Savior walked.
Quirkiest aspect that annoys your spouse/friends: When a lot is happening, or I’m feeling overwhelmed, I withdraw—but not with the intention of pulling away from people, but to regroup, to think through what’s happening, to figure out where I want/need to go from “here.” That annoys my loved ones sometimes, but I need that space to work through things. I’m very much an internal thinker/processer.
Greatest dream: this is going to sound so cliché, but to be who God designed me to be
Biggest fear: seeing another loved one die—I’ve already lost my mom, dad and all my grandparents. I’m acutely aware of God’s sovereignty.
Have very much enjoyed getting to know author Ronie Kendig better!
No blog post is long enough to showcase all of her many fiction works,
so check out the complete list here.
And be sure and be on the look out for next month when I interview
Betsy St. Amant!