Raina Morton lives in a world where life is to be celebrated…little things matter…& making memories is top priority.
Sometimes she’s very silly, but often she’s too shy to show it as much as she’d like. She’s an introvert, and loves deep, personal conversations and really getting to know someone. She’s a questioner, always. And she loves to laugh.
She writes. She daydreams. She solves crime…well she finds everyone’s stuff for them, which is kind of like crime-solving…
Although she suffered a less-common type of stroke after an aneurysm in February of 2013, she’s still working hard at recovery. Almost a full year later she traveled to beautiful Stockholm, Sweden with her love, for two adventurous weeks; a personal triumph that has renewed her enthusiasm for really living life to her fullest potential.
She’s married. She’s a mom of two pretty much grown up boys. One is engaged to be married Fall 2016. Life took another big turn, sideways, in June 2015 when her mom passed on from this world. She is now learning to live with all the changes, and taking on the task of being transformed by her grief. She has chosen to do this…
Fiction writing is her thing and that has not changed. Hopefully blogging will help those creative juices flow! Her dream of dreams…writing a novel…of course
…meanwhile this is her first attempt at a blog — A Stroke of Good Fortune…writings about what’s important to her: lots of memoir, some personal current events, pop culture, a sprinkle of humor & a big dose of nostalgia —
She’s so thrilled that you’ve stopped by! No, really
Likes: coffee, 80s movies, 90s music, traveling, memories, Chinese take-out, books, quotes, chalkboards, crosswords, photography, laughing, pens & paper, popcorn at the theatre…just being at the theatre…escaping into a film…
Dislikes: feeling rushed, self-shaming, not having a doggy door.