(Picture inside.) When I was four, a Gypsy said, "He'll be an MD, have three sons, and live to 132. He'll like happy women, but also have a soft spot for the serious ones."
Did 20+ years in the ER, now practice Internal Medicine some-times in NYC. Like to work, but don't need to work. Financially secure and geographically flexible.
Take art supplies to meetings. Yes, i'm not the Stake President. Have a good sense of humor (laughs at his own jokes). Like cities with lots of places to talk, walk, and bike.
Born with a little CP, but now have an okay gait. Originally awkward left hand is now good for writing (in case something happens to the right one). When I was a kid, it sounded like I was holding my tongue when I talked. Now I don't hold my tongue:
I have a certain testimony of the restoration of the priesthood through Joseph Smith. Joseph is the promised latter-day prophet, holding all the keys until he delivers them to the Savior. (I love the imagry that underpins Mormon thought. For us, believing is seeing.)