My current aspirations and what I do:
I am trying to be more domestic. I used be quite domestic before college started getting very busy. I used to sew all of the time. I love historical clothing, indie fashion, gardening, cooking, baking and doing all sorts of things. Now that I have my own home (i.e. rented duplex), I have an outlet for it. I am quite infatuated with green living.
Why does your husband wear a dress in so many pictures?
Orthodox? Are you Russian or Greek?
Nope. I was raised Pentecostal, which I will always be thankful for as it greatly helped make who I am today. My parents are and my grandparents are/were pastors. Converting was one of the hardest things I have ever done.
Well, why bother, then?
Well, Orthodox Christianity can be traced back to the first apostles. Though Christianity as a whole branched out to being Catholic, Lutheran, Evangelical, Baptist, etc etc etc, Orthodoxy kept the same doctrines and has remained, in essence, as it was back in the first days after Christ ascended into heaven. I studied and prayed a lot about it. I came to the conclusion that the doctrines that the apostles and disciples of the apostles preached were what I wanted to follow. I could only find them in their fullness in Orthodoxy. I love it so much.
A little more of what I like to do: