Hi! Call me Coco. I am a veterinary technician in the Scottsdale/north Phoenix area. I have an art degree, but I realized that a vet tech degree would be much more employable. I was right.
I have eclectic taste in movies, shows, and music - stuff that makes for great inside jokes and confused looks from the normal folk.
I consider myself very artsy/crafty. For example, I love to get random knickknacks from Goodwill, paint and throw glitter on them, and give them out as memorable birthday presents (ain't no gift like a white elephant gift!)
I have a 6-month old Savannah kitten named Twiggy. Like the supermodel, she is long, thin, and leggy. Tremendously adorable and sweet to boot… I promise I am not a crazy cat lady.
I love to bake, and my offerings are generally quite popular - especially my pies and the world's best chocolate chip cookies. The best. My expertise lies mostly on the sweet side, but I’m working on honing my savory skills too. Lunch and dinner are usually more important than dessert; that’s what they tell me, anyway.
While I didn’t become a successful artist, I still paint whenever I can. I’m quite the shutterbug too; I will take hundreds more photos than anyone else in a given situation.
I’m a whiz when it comes to board and trivia games. I can get competitive, but I’m not a sore loser (because I never lose, mwahaha!).
I greatly enjoy camping. As long as I have a good tent, s’mores, and plenty of bug spray, I will have a good time. I guess it makes me a happy camper.
Bowling is a fave too. My average isn’t too impressive, but I did score a “turkey” once. For me that’s reason to brag.
It’s difficult to bear my testimony online, but rest assured(!--span) I absolutely have one.
I have been very blessed to have been raised in the Church, a firm foundation built by a family that’s been deeply rooted in the Gospel for many generations.
I look forward to continuing that legacy by raising my own family in a Christ-centered home.
One more thing! I adore stupid jokes, like the ones you see on Popsicle sticks and Laffy Taffy wrappers. Dad jokes = solid gold.