EP 13: For Such a Time as This with Hannah Hardin
Today's guest is Miss Hannah Hardin. We talk about the enneagram, life as a single lady and how Hannah went from teaching in the classroom to care-taker for a family of four.
Two years ago, Hannah's mentor and friend died unexpectedly, leaving behind a 6-week-old baby and three older kids - 10, 13 and 16 years old. One day while standing in her friend's kitchen, Hannah knew she was supposed to quit her job teaching and look after these children for the unforeseeable future. And that's exactly what she did. Join as us we chat through the whole story.
PHOTOS FROM HANNAH'S STORY
Music she's listening to and loving:
- Sleeping At Last, Atlas: Year Two (when I just need to take a moment and be still/ponder life)
- Durand Jones and the Indications (when I'm laying out and pretending I'm on vacation)
- David Ramirez (when I'm driving around and just living life)
Most influential book she's ever read:
- To Kill A Mockingbird. Hands down. I love how it challenges readers to really see people and fight for truth no matter the seeming outcome.
Video of Hannah singing! (She sings lead vocals at 3:25 min in)
We Will Feast in the House of Zion (worship song 13-year-old played for Hannah when she was bummed)
Sleeping at Last Podcast (features songs written for each enneagram type)