What really might be telling about my personality is how long it takes me to write something I am satisfied with on this little greeting section.
I grew up in a small town with tons of family around. We would always get together with cousins and play games or work which is what my Grandpa likes to do way too much of. So ya I have some great stories. And to be honest I would much rather write about all the people in my life that I love fiercely and who have shaped the person I am. Our family motto is "Work hard, play harder." We love laughing together so you have to be pretty confident about yourself in my family because we love to point out everyone's funny quirks and laugh about them, in a loving way of course.
So I graduated from BYU as a Dietitian, but really I am a concert pianist wannabe. I love participating in music productions and performances. I play the piano, violin, my own vocal chords, learned the organ once and have messed around a little on the guitar and ukulele.
I love the simple things in life and how they make me so happy. Being from a small town we would always go hiking, 4-wheeling or exploring the mountains near my home. Wherever I have moved to, I just have this sense of need to go explore my surroundings.
I like challenging myself, sometimes I just need a goal that may seem a little out of reach just to make myself work for something. There is a great thrill from overcoming what might seem like the impossible. Haven't run a marathon yet, but maybe next year.
This is getting long so let me just say, I love people and am very accepting of most everyone unless you are not nice to others. That's a big turnoff. . . oh and if you say you are going to do something and don't follow through, that's a pet peeve of mine. Don't like dishonesty in any form.
Um ya I am a pretty religious person. I like taking care of others and meeting new people which is what a religious person should do right. I love taking questions to the scriptures and seeing how God can enlighten my mind. So ya that's me in a nutshell.
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