I'm an improv comedian and aspiring writer with a passion for watching terrible movies, reading books that are either too long or aimed at a younger demographic, and singing show tunes.
I'm the oldest of five kids, so I use humor to deal with the traumas inflicted on me as my parents figured out the whole "having children" thing before my brothers and sisters came along.
Living in Provo but working in Salt Lake, practically across the street from the temple. I'm an English major with a minor in editing, which makes it a little difficult to retain my Spanish. Any help is appreciated in that respect.
I can promise a good time, well-meaning and humorous sarcasm, and--at the very least--a mark in your favor by whoever keeps the books of good deeds in Heaven. I think the conversation at the judgment bar will go something like this...
"I see you had a tendency to run red lights, and you never did return that money from the bank heist, but you did go on a date with that young man, which I think is ample charity on your part..."
Just consider that.