At the age of eight, my mother described me as, "The attorney for the poor." I stand up for what I believe inand I don't lie. I'm a very real person who calls it like I see it. I never say things with intentions to hurt someone, so I try to think before I speak (I never did when I was young, and I'm very proud that I'm able to now).
I'm open minded, and always willing to listen. I don't judge people, but I put them on trial; therefore, I'm a tad intimidating, but I geuss when you live in a world where they take kindness for weakness, you have to be a tad intimidating to protect the ones you love and yourself.
I have no "wild fact" about me. One day I will...I hope. :)
To practice what one preaches. (I hate hypocrites)
What Gives Me Hope
Besides being born with hope (I just have it, I don't know how I got it). When I see that there are people who care about the issues I do, and perhaps, more, so I geuss as much as people disapoint me, diffrent people always give me hope.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by
The FIRST thing I would do is get organized! The government needs to get their **** together. I think, I would start with my government, and then I would start helping the world where it needs helping, diplomatically of course. I wouldn't start burning bridges due to my passion. I know you get more bees with honey than you do vinegar.
What/who changed my life and why
There are a few people/songs/movies/books/etc. that either changed my life, or my perspective on life. My dance teacher R.I.P. (for confidence in myself), my most cherished friend (on how to deal with atrocities in my life), Christina Aguilera Songs (for inspiration), an ex-boss (for teaching me how to handle arrogant/degrading people and make them respect you), and the two most important people my mom (teaching me how to stand up for myself) and sister (for teaching me how to love).