Who am I?

I used to be a writer, before I owned a computer. Journals, poems, hopes of one day writing a great novel … that was 20 or so years ago. I almost paid good money for a graduate degree in writing, but decided to study Hebrew literature instead, with a stipend and tuition free. I thought I would be a professor, but after three years my studies ended with a masters degree. Grad school is where I met my non-orthodox husband, when I was still  Orthodox, and now I am not orthodox. So you see I’ve changed, well we all change, and still I am the same. We’ve been married for 14+ years, have two precious kids who have been my chief occupation. And now those kids are both occupied by others for hours (yes at school), and I am restarting my original occupation.