Hello! Thank you for stopping by! I assume that if you’re on the “about” page, you’d like to find out a bit more about this blog and about me, so let me see if I can satisfy your curiosity, at least in part….

“Scribo” means “I write” . No, I don’t speak Latin. It sounds snazzy to have Latin in my blog title, but I have to confess I looked up the translation in Google translate. And then, to be sure (because I don’t completely trust the thing) I looked it up in a Latin textbook we have. We got it some years ago when I ambitiously decided to learn Latin. I didn’t keep it up (as you have no doubt guessed) or I wouldn’t have needed to use Google translate…..


 “A place for thoughts and words” – what’s that about?


I’d like this blog to be a place where I can improve how I think and how I write. A place to help me to think a little more deeply and to better express what I think. A place to help me to write more engagingly and more beautifully. And I’d like others to be able to enjoy and benefit from what I share.

As for me, I’m Sarah–a twenty-something who loves words well written and stories well told.  A Christian who is, in the words of C. S. Lewis, “incomplete, preparatory, empty yet cluttered, crying out for Him who can untie things that are now knotted together and tie up things that are still dangling loose”. I write better than I live. But He hasn’t given up on me.

Welcome to my blog!


Housekeeping notices

1. I don’t necessarily fully endorse everything I link to or refer to. And even if I do, read wisely. (Read wisely when you read my posts too! Needless to say, I’m not infallible….)

2. Comments are open, so feel free to drop me a note. I moderate all comments at my own discretion. If you’d like to contact me privately, leave me a comment to let me know what’s on your mind and ask me to reply by email. I won’t publish the comment, but that way I’ll get your email address and can email you back. Again, that’s at my discretion. No guarantees!


4 thoughts on “About

  1. I stumbled upon your blog just today. I think I might have to stay a bit longer, and read more of your works. I used to envy those with an English degree (halfway through university, I realized that it’s what I wanted to pursue!)

    • Thanks for stopping by! Looking at your blog, it seems like we have some things in common 🙂 I can see why you love English–and of course the wonderful thing about English is that it can be pursued, deeply and rewardingly, without having to do a degree at all.


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