Inga is a ‘maker’ with patience and skill built up over years. This is because stuff tends to get broken when Inga’s around. So, over time, she’s come to enjoy mending it or making something brand new from it. It wasn’t a mistake, it was a ‘good thing that happened’.
This is because stuff tends to get broken when Inga’s around. So, over time, she started to enjoy mending the damage she caused or taking it further by making something new from it. Still, fixing things or learning new skills takes patience, and she’s eager to share this with children learning something new, trying to persuade them to hang in there.
Also creative, she is more about the ‘how to’, the 10 000 hours of honing one’s skills and ‘being good with your hands’.
Her only regret is that the children never realise that she’s responsible for all the splendour they create! On the other hand, she’s also to blame for some of the accidents that occur apparently out of nowhere… To feel valuable and needed is what drives Inga. Nothing much gets her down, except perhaps others’ impatience with her clumsiness. As a fixer, she lives to help everyone with their problems, sometimes stepping on toes in her efforts.
She feels most at home in the icy North, where there is a long history and tradition of crafts. Trouble with this angel is that it’s her way or the highway and she’s almost never wrong. And you can’t hurry Inga. So she’ll wait till the others see it her way, and she’s very kind while she waits for them.