A Wildflowers Home // your story // portrait of Line Thybo writing

Interested in having your story featured on my blog?

 

I'd be honoured to get to know you and hear your story!

I believe sharing our story heals and brings us closer together. Something happens when we dare to be vulnerable with eachother - we share a connection. I believe a whispering "me too" can save lives. When we hear others share struggles we can relate to it free us from feeling wrong or crazy and it fills us with a freedom to be able to share openly as well. Your story isn't over yet, but maybe you'd like to share how far you've come with the other wildflowers here on A Wildflowers Home.

I've created a little interview with some questions you can either literally answer or just draw some inspiration from. I won't push you into anything, expect from maybe encourage you to step out of your comfortzone if that's what you want. You can always e-mail me or write me about anything on social media and I'll get back to you! 

I won't publish anything before I've got your yes a 100%.

If you're not sure whether you want to publish or not; the worst thing that can happen is that you shared it with me, which I don't think is a bad thing at all. I love to hear stories, get to know inspiring people & find new friends along the way. So please, don't be a stranger!
 

Send me a mail and/or your questions at;  awildflowershome@gmail.com.



Meanwhile.. here are stories from other brave wildflowers who decided to share their story with me & my garden.

(Click on their photo and they will take you to their story.)
 

 Rorie from Virginia, US

Rorie from Virginia, US

 Ingrid Kolås from Norway

Ingrid Kolås from Norway

 Marit Eikemo from Norway

Marit Eikemo from Norway

 Malene Bech from Denmark

Malene Bech from Denmark

 Malene & Jamie Lieberkind from Denmark

Malene & Jamie Lieberkind from Denmark