I'm actually on a mission now...... yeeeaahhh.... Hoorah for Israel. I'm in Tennessee in the Knoxville Mission serving the lord until November of 2014. Anywho, I would like to write someone on my mission so you still have time! I'd probably laugh really hard if I got some letter to the mission home like "Uhh... Sup Sister Jack? Found you on LDS Singles. How's the mission? Do you like long walks on the beach?"
Anyone still here? uh... Quick, talk about how athletic you are... I RUN! I Hike! I cycle! I dance! I spend at least an hour a day working out. I live in the pacific northwest because I love the outdoors. It feels good moving out here. Camping and other activities are also fun. I'd love to backpack travel.
I was a really cool chick in my previous life, worked in New York City doing celebrities hair, traveled all across the country, listened to good music. I still am that girl, but lately I moved back to Seattle to prepare to serve and I really love where my life is at now living with a friend and working nights to pay for a mission. I love this more than I ever loved being a "cool power woman" and I am really excited to watch my progression as a woman in the gospel.
I LOVE to travel. I hope to travel all over europe and then to go do service in South America in orphanages and underprivileged areas. I would take a job as an international flight attendant in a heart beat. I have a dream of backpacking the way of saint james from france to the coast of spain.
That being said I LOVE hiking! I'm not too into extreme outdoors stuff, but when I can scale a decent sized pile of rocks, I feel pretty accomplished. When I was in college at BYUI I road my bike 13 miles out into the country, hiked another 3 miles into an old ghost town and ate lunch and read my Orson Scott Card book in someone's old living room from the 40's. If that doesn't sound fun to you at all, please move along. Nothing to see here. ;)
I would like to live in England one day. My mum is from there and it's a dream of mine to move back and start a family. I'm used to the rain in Seattle. If you are from the UK or anywhere near it, give me a shout out for the mother land!