About lil ol me

Let’s see the About Me Section shall go like so:


My name is Mandi and I consider being called ordinary an insult, I enjoy being outgoing and outspoken and write my own rules + rewrite them as I see necessary.  I have this rainbow gypsy soul that I love to share with people.  All of the struggles I have been through have given me this relentless drive to live life to the very fullest every single day.  I know that each day is not promised to us and that motivates me to take on all the days like they could be the last.  Wanderlust pumps right through my heart daily, I am obsessed with travelling and seeing all of the places!  I find it hard to sit still and not be planning something fun.  One might say I have an obsession with makeup, hair and fashion, and one would be correct in saying that.  Humor has been such a major factor to get me through the darkest days.  I think the ability to laugh at yourself and not take yourself too seriously can be very important.  I have a husband, he is my best friend who loves me for exactly who I am, we laugh so hard there are often tears.  He is supportive and there has never been any hesitation with my possible fate, he has always showed nothing but unconditional love.  My friends are my lifeline and the family that I was never blessed to have around.  I don’t even know if I can put into words the types of friendships we have, we literally feel each other’s pains and cry from excitement with each other’s accomplishments.  My in-laws, my in-laws I could go on and on about how I’ve hit the jackpot with an incredible husband and have great friends but my in-laws, they are something I never expected to have in life.  The relationship with them is phenomenal, they are my best friends also.  They have taken me in as family since day 1, I am such a lucky being.

I am also a very dedicated care taker to my dad who is fighting Huntington’s Disease.  This has been my role for about 15 years now, and I have seen the very terrible sides of HD from a very inside perspective.  Those scars are what have made me the person who I am today who is a very involved activist to helping find a cure for this debilitating disease.