Aren’t words great? They can go places we can’t go, stay hidden for a time and then bloom unexpectedly, inspire greatness, build bridges, and go down rabbit trails. Some people use words for work, and some even for fun. If you’re a word person, you get this. We devour words like food. We read them and write them and crave time alone with them. Words keep us sane in the digital world.
Not everyone sees words this way, though. Some people find them and their adjacent activities, i.e., reading and writing, to be downright cumbersome. They don’t even think about words unless they can’t find them. (And these people balance me.)
I am a worder. My job is to make words work for people, that is, I write, manage, and arrange curriculum, do ghostwriting, tutor kids, and write Bible study material.
If you’d like something special written, i.e., an article, a study on a particular topic (the country your family came from is always popular), or if you’d like to learn to teach English in a simplified way, let me know.
Together, all of us can build bridges, inspire others, and do things that we never could by ourselves. We can use our words to change the world.