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Birthday:August 15th 1984
Education:High school, School of life
Service Attendance:Weekly
Race/lineage:White / Caucasian
Location:Christmas Island


Body Size:Average
Height:5' 1" (155 cm)
Vision:Contact lenses
Hair Color:Blonde
Hair Style:Curly - Long
Facial Hair:None
Skin Tone:Light
Best Feature:Eyes
Clothing Pref.:Practical
Undies:Briefs - Bikini
Tattoo Info:none
Piercing Info:ears

Personal Information

Relationship Status:Married
Family Info:2 sons, logan and payton; husband - david; 2 brothers(15 and 6), 1 sister (16); parents seperated; 6 uncles, 6 aunts; 14 cousins
Sexual Preference:Straight/Heterosexual
Astrological Sign:Leo (July 23 - Aug 22)
Existing as:Human
Smoking:No. But not bothered by it
Liquor:Social drinker. One or two
Your Home:Live with husband and kids
Biography/About:i am.. a mother, a wife, a dreamer, and a music lover. i am.. patient, practical, introspective, realistic, nostalgic, fair, passionate, unique, sexual, logical, supportive, down to earth, childish, shameless, creative, easy going, brave, and forever questioning the meaning of my existence.
Likes:my boys, dancing, singing, acting, air conditioning, reading, writing, taking care of children, cooking, music, nail polish, jay leno and conan, white castle cheeseburgers, desperate housewives, grey's anatomy, shoes
Dislikes:people who are overly sensitive
Interests:taking care of my boys

Personal Favorites

People/Heroes:my parents are my heroes, young parents like me who are struggling
Books:So much reading.. so little time... "White Oleander" by Janet Fitch (it is my bible), "The Girl with the Pearl Earring" by Tracy Chevalier and the beginning of, "Sleeping Arrangements" by Laura Shaine Cunningham. The ending sucked, but the beginning was perfect. I wouldn't change a word. It reminded me a bit of my own childhood in a way. I want to be baby Diana., I also love the book "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky. I am in love with Charlie., I also liked "The Nanny Diaries". It sounds like a supermarket book, but it is actually really good and so sad *tears*, I finished "Valley of the Dolls" by Jacqueline Susann. SO GOOD. EVERYONE MUST READ., I also liked "Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting by in America" by Barbara Ehrenreich. It was a documentary about a woman in her 50s and a member of the upper-middle class who joined the low-wage workforce to research the life of the poor in America., Another book that I liked was"A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" by Betty Smith. I had heard that it was a very good book, and it was pretty good. It wasn't fantastic or anything but I liked it., I liked "The Great Gatsby, " Really poetic beautiful writing. "The Great American Novel", I also like "A Raisin in the Sun" a lot more than I thought I was going to. It really says a lot about America and what our values are as a nation. Money and God and race.. all that good stuff. Really distinct, original characters good. Ahh good writing.. it's really a wonderful thing, I read "It Happened to Nancy" (finished it December 7, 2005) and it was okay. I thought it would be a little better than it was. I actually really liked most of it, it just fell apart at the end. She just wasnt doing anything, just saying how she was feeling. It was about a girl living with AIDS which she got from being raped. The beginning is good because you can really see how the disease is progressing, the ups and downs and all that. But in the end she.. well just read it for yourself., I finished "All Quiet on the Western Front" on January 1, 2006. It was really well-written and it was easy to sympathize with Paul Baumer, but war stories really aren't my thing. Nevertheless, I was in tears by the end. How awful how everything just started really falling apart.. the soldiers got sick because the quality of the food was so poor. I'm really glad I read it though, because I really knew nothing about war. I finished "Martha Graham: A Dancer's Life" by Russell Freedman on April 29th 2006. It was a short read, with pictures and everything. I read parts of it to the girls but I read it cover to cover which is something to be said when it is a biography about someone. I really liked it because I've heard so many strong opinions about Martha Graham, but have never learned enough about her to have an opinion of my own and I read it just to learn about her and her work. "Midnight Express" by Billy Hayes and William Hoffer.
Music Genres:accapella, love songs, showtunes, rap, choral, techno, alternative, jazz
Bands/Artists:I LOVE: Rockapella, Frank Sinatra, Linda Rondstadt, Da Vinci's Notebook, The Waitresses, The Righteous Brothers, Jean Leloup, Katie Melua I HATE: Dashboard Confessional, HelloGoodbye, Relient K, rancid, alkeline trio, pink, ashlee simpson
Albums/CDs:don't own many cds because they're expensive and i dont know how to burn them. the ones i do own i no longer really like.
Songs:NEW FAVS:"Nine Million Bicycles" by Katie Melua. "1990" by jean leloup, "Baby Please" by Da Vinci's Notebook, "City of Love" by Persephones Bees OLD FAVS:"Be My Husband" by Nina Simone, "Sweet Caroline" by Angelo Venuto, "One Song Glory" from Rent, "Different Drum" by Linda Rondstadt, "Living next door to alice" by Smokie, "Seventeen" by Tara Mclean, "Coin operated boy" by the dresden dolls, "I like it" by narcotic thrust, "I've got you under my skin" by Frank Sinatra, "Blue Eyes" by Cary Brothers
TV Shows:Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy, Seinfeld, Family Guy, Yes Dear, The Simpsons, Supernanny
Movies:Poseiden!! "The Good Girl" with Jennifer Aniston, "Riding in Cars with Boys" with Drew Barrymore, "Moulin Rouge" with Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, "Casanova", "The Breakfast Club", "The Lady and the Tramp"
Actors:Ewan McGregor!!, Jennifer Aniston
Games:twister! who wants to be a millionaire (the board game), chinese checkers, the waitress (online game), bill nye the science guy comp game
Sports:used to play softball, i like tennis, but i suck, i love soccer!!
Colors:fav is green, i like pink and blue too
Pets/Animals:Ginger (my beagle), Juice (my rattie)
Food:bananas, peanut butter, fig newtons, white castle cheeseburgers, raw carrots right from the bag, kiwis, chicken nuggets with honey mustard, guilty pleasure: dunkaroos! (don't tell my boys)
Drink:juice, milk, root beer, coke, nestea, green tea, coffee, apple cider!!
Quotes:"An eye can threaten like a loaded and levelled gun, or it can insult like hissing or kicking, or, in it's altered mood, by beams of kindness, it can make the heart dance for joy." --Ralph Waldo Emerson. "The face is the mirror of the mind, and eyes without speaking confess the secrets of the heart." --Saint Jerome I like to come up with some of my own quotes, as well. so here are a few of mine: "Peace is a luxury not easily recognized because it is oftentimes disguised as boredom." "The deepest feelings are those that cannot be expressed. Expressing them gives one a sense of relief, but to be unable to feel that relief is an unendurable pain."


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