Sounds like pro material to me, but then what do I know.
Sarah, you didn't tell people anything about yourself! I know you have lots to say.
Lets see, I am older than dirt. I love to make quilts. I love to read. I love animals. I love the computer. I love solving mysteries. There are probably a dozen more things I could say I love BUT now on to the things I hate!!
I hate this heat we are going through right now. I really hate it when someone says "It's just a DOG". Those are fighting words!! Right now I hate our legal system. I think they should make me a judge for a little while. I hate to argue so DON'T bring up politics!!
That's enough for now!!
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Okay, a little about myself. Where do I start, ummm.....Well, I was born in Canada so I guess that makes me a Canook. I love The Green Bay Packers (That's right I now live in Wisconsin), I also love hockey(I am Canadian. I \have to love the sport we invented!! ).I love love to watch the Olympics.
I studied French and Spanish in school and was quite fluent with my French but due to the fact that I had no one to talk to over the years I have started to forget it. Every now and then I will speak it to my husband who took it in high school but half the time he can't remember but after a little bit of time I can help him remember. It is amazing how easy it is to forget. Even though we lived in a bi-lingual country my parents never learned French as they did not live in Quebec although my Dad can read a little.
I love animals and I have a wonderful 6 year old kitty we named Yoshibelle.(Yoshi is Japanese for beautiful and Belle is is French for Beautiful so we just combined the two names).
I am a cancer survivor and we had Relay for Life last night. It was beyond awesome this year. They gave each of us(the survivors) a balloon with the number of years we have been cancer free written on it. Then when they had us take our lap around the track they had us all release our balloons. There were close to I would say 250 to 300 survivors there last night. I looked up and the sky was filled with balloons. It was an awesome sight!!
I was a music major in college. I play the flute, the oboe, a little piano and I love to sing. I have been in about 15 plays and musicals and 1 professional show. My 2 favorite shows where South Pacific where I played Bloody Mary and then The other was playing Emily Brent in Ten Little Indians by Agatha Christie although I did enjoy all of them but those were my favorites.
I am married to the best husband in the world. My cancer made it so I could not have children so we ":adopted" a young family from church(As SIlverMine says and I can agree My husband are as old as dirt!.Well, maybe not quite that old but getting there!! ..So I the am now now the proud mother of a beautiful daughter, a handsome son-in-law and three beautiful grandchildren -Quitis (she will be ten next month), Aunnaleigh (she is just turned and Joshua (he just turned 5). They are great kids.
I love to read murder mysteries and watch alll three CSI's and FlashPoint( ( A Canadaian Stratigacal Response Unit. .It's like a SWAT Team that takes place in Toronto, Canada.. It is very high tech stuff.
.Well, now that I have written the great American novel. Let's hear from everybody else!!
I'm a student who lives in Europe. I used to study International Communication but I started to notice that after a few weeks I was still not learning anything useful. At least not anything useful for what I want to do later. So now I'm going to start with Applied Psychology, which takes about 4 years. After that I'm going to move to America and get a job as a police officer there. In the future I hope to become a homicide detective.
Music is very important to me and I listen to a lot of different genres depending on how I feel. Mostly when I come home after a long day of studying or even while studying, I prefer to listen to some smooth jazz. I like pop music as well but only if they can really sing, so no auto-tune singers or an ear-deafening techno kind of style. Also Hard-rock is a good way to blow off some steam
Football season is also close by, and I'm a huge Bears fan (Sorry Sarah!) so I'll get my Bears merchandise and keep them with me during the games! Cutler will do even better this Season I can feel it!
In January I had an accident where I broke my elbow which made my employer fire me right away to replace me with someone else. The doctor said it will take about a year to fully heal, it's been 8 months now and I still don't have full mobility back in my arm which pisses me off a little so I hope everything will be back to normal upcoming January After that happened I haven't found a new job yet, but luckily College starts on the 6th of September so I won't be doing nothing anymore