|Birthday:||June 18th |
|Occupation:||Retail / Food services|
|Education:||High school, Bachelors degree|
|Race/lineage:||White / Caucasian|
|Location:||United States, Ohio, Akron|
|Height:||5' 7" (170 cm)|
|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
|Hair Style:||Straight - Short|
|Clothing Pref.:||Drawers and T-shirt|
|Tattoo Info:||I've got a few scars and stories, but that's about it.|
|Piercing Info:||Same thing here.|
|More Details:||I'm a Christian, and a journalist. I'm a little on the wacky side. I wish the world could designate an hour every day to dance to Mexican polka music. I like to think I'm a musician and a singer. I'm a recovering procrastinator. I like the word "yogurt." I can be really easy-going or the biggest stickler/taskmaster you'll ever meet.
|Relationship Status:||Single - Never Married|
|Family Info:||My parents are together, and I have three siblings; two sisters and a brother.|
|Astrological Sign:||Gemini (May 21 - June 21)|
|Smoking:||No. But not bothered by it|
|Liquor:||Social drinker. One or two|
|Your Home:||Live with parents|
|Biography/About:||What's up? I work full-time now at Chipotle. That keeps me out of trouble, you know.
Also, I've recently gotten into vlogging, so you'll probably see a bunch of that about anything and everything. |
|Likes:||wierd humor;most people;a good challege;warm weather;video games; nature;making people smile|
|Dislikes:||laziness,especially my own;excessive pride;really loud, really bad music|
|Interests:||juggling, playing the guitar, drawing, cooking, the art of conversation, making music|
|People/Heroes:||Jesus Christ, my juggling club/church family, My parents, Jeff Dunham, Chuck Norris (well, not really..don't tell Chuck), Michael Moeschen, Jan Larson, Nancy Brendlinger, The Passing Zone, Julia Nunes|
|Books:||Ravenheart, Abarat, Insomnia, Jurassic Park, 'Salem's Lot, The Green Mile, Les Miserables, Naked in Baghdad, Paper Towns|
|Authors:||Steven King, Anne Garrels, Victor Hugo, John Green|
|Music Genres:||Classic Rock, Old School Metal, Progressive Rock, Speed Metal, Alternative, Opera, Trance|
|Bands/Artists:||The Beatles, Buckethead, Luciano Pavarotti, Boston, Queen, Van Halen, Dragonforce, Ozzy Osbourne|
|Albums/CDs:||The White Album(The Beatles), Inhuman Rampage (Dragonforce), Crystal Planet (Joe Satriani)|
|Songs:||Big Sur Moon (Buckethead), Soothsayer (Buckethead), Ritual Dance (Kaki King), Helter Skelter (The Beatles), Operation Ground and Pound (Dragonforce), Tribute (Tenacious D), Master Exploder (Tenacious D), La Boheme (Pavarotti), Barcelona (Queen), Jessica (The Allman Brothers)|
|TV Shows:||Mythbusters, Everybody Loves Raymond, Family Guy, South Park, Ghost Hunters, The Office|
|Movies:||Sweeny Todd, Star Wars, 300, Spider Man, Phatom of the Opera, The Matrix, Waiting, Stranger than Fiction, Red Dragon|
|Games:||Final Fantasy VI, Chrono Trigger, Contra III, The Mega Man series, Pokemon (ha.)|
|Pets/Animals:||Cats, Guinea Pigs, Dogs...I just like animals in general.|
|Cars/Motorcyles:||1991 Toyota Camry (RIP Irwin, 2004-2007), 2000 Chevrolet Prizm (Welcome to the family, Carrie!)|
|Drink:||V8, Margaritas, Dr. Pepper|
|Position:||I'm not sure what you're getting at.|
Checking out the hype, brb.|
Hey everyone. I just wanted to announce I plan to head over to Blogger myself. That's where a lot of my blogging friends have gone, and I think I'll go check it out myself. http://overactivetb.blogspot.com/
It's the Hoo-lidays!
Good morning, readers!
It's December now. I haven't posted anything in a bit, so...
I'm almost finished with my Christmas shopping already, which is kind of nice.
The holidays haven't really come out swinging in my house just yet. I guess we're still trying to recover from the Thanksgiving seige.
I remember when our house was a lot more packed for Thanksgiving. For whatever reason, we've been hosting it for as long as I can remember. We'd have at least 20 cousins around (the bigger parties were at our old house several years ago.), and almost all the uncles and aunts and grandparents....
A Thanksgiving Tradition
This is one of our Thanksgiving traditions. We're not sure how it started, but we love every minute of it.
Not sure what to call it.
A girl, we'll call her Jill, told me last night her heart doesn't long for me.
Happy Thanksgiving to you, too.
In her defense, she really did wish me a happy holiday before dropping the bomb. That was nice of her.
I've liked Jill for some time. I do hope she's reading this because she knows who she is, and I mean every word I say here.
Jill's a really nice, kind and gentle girl, very pretty and a better listener than often times I deserve. She's been a great support through a good amount of drama that's transpired over the past few months or so.
Seems that's gone now. It's my...