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Kristin Schultz

"Make our world more sustainable and give back to Mother Earth. Small steps add up, keep life simple, it's more fun! Don't forget to go on adventures!"

Manor, TX, USA
female, age 35
married
Speaks: a tid bit of Spanish, a bit of French, English
Joined Dec 8, 2010


 
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Joined Dec 8, 2010 Activist Aspirations Casual 
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Groups Healthy Cooking, N0 Cruelty to Animals
Hometown Hillsdale, Michigan 
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Birthday June 28, 1979  
Languages a tid bit of Spanish, a bit of French, English  
About Me Creative Enthusiast in the the Garden and Kitchen; Artist, Musician, Permaculture Activist and Organic Farming Volunteer, Witty, Fun, Adventurous, Inspirational, Colorful, fast paced, everchanging being. One who loves life and helping others. One who goes out of her way to support change, and make a difference. Spiritual, family oriented, leader, outdoor woman and wife! Overachiever by nature trying to learn more every day!
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Pets 3 Cats, Michelangelo, Rafael, Zen  
Activist Aspirations Casual
Political Leaning Depends
Religions Spiritual  
Eating Habits no preservatives and hydrogenated oils, Local and organic, Healthy food I haven't tried, farmers markets, food grown at home in our gardens!, Sustainable farming &amp, fishing are key!, I just love food in general!, Love Asian food!, Italian and Mexican food are  
Wild Fact About Me I was a professional singer when I was 4.5 years old and worked in the commercial music industry in Chicago until I was 11.
My Philosophy Life is what you make of it so make sure you make an impact during your time here. There's not much time to be lazy and unproductive. Never too old to do what you once did-be creative. Do what you love and you'll be happy!
What Gives Me Hope God, Family, Friends, Faith, People, New Opportunities
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by Send everyone a thank you!
What/who changed my life and why My Grandfather because I needed to pick a father figure for my idol, so I chose Grandpa Doc, my hero! Next to my husband! :)
What Bugs Me social media comments that mean nothing, people who don't send thank you cards!, uneducated people who don't try, mean people, selfish humans who don't help others, people who lie, people who don't keep their word, people who don't recycle pollute rivers, people  
Passions music, dance, art, theater  
Inspirations God, my husband, my best friends, those who have changed the world, my mother  
What Scares Me sharks and alligators  
  Favorites
Role Models my mother, grandmothers, &amp, grandfathers  
Quotation Two roads diverged in a wood, I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the difference. Robert Frost
Interests  
Books  
Music i love all music, I'm a musician  
Movies I love movies, foreign films, action, thriller, sci fi, drama, I love adventure, comedy, documentaries  
TV Shows drama and suspense thrillers, funny and old reruns  
Favorite Foods  
Favorite Places any ocean or large body of water, State Parks, National Parks, Massachussetts, Vermont, Maine, New England, New Mexico, California, Chicago, Lake Michigan, Michigan, Oregon, Ireland  
Can't Live Without friends, family, God, volunteering, love, exercise, food, sleep  
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    Feb 15, 2013 6:30 PM

    Kristin S. (10)
    Our 6 year old cat Michaelangelo, 'Mic', recently became anorexic for some unknown reason. This  caused us to take him to A & M University Medical Emergency Hospital for Small Animals on Tuesday. They ran many tests and ended up inserting an E-tube for feeding and easy medicating purposes. This has been quite the learning experience and no small feat. Three days in and we're both exhausted and still trying to adjust. 

    Does anyone have words of wisdom, pointers, etc. for our transition back to a hopefully somewhat normal life. The goal is to encourage Mic to eat again and consistently on his own so that the etube can be removed and he can have the best quality of life. He is a very happy, playful, active, indoor/outdoor and laid back cat who loves people, and children. He has been sad because of this change, any suggestions?

    Feb 1, 2013 11:14 PM

    Kristin S. (10)

    I love the fact that a science professor gave us extra credit for joining Care2 years ago and taking action! What a great way to impact our future! Kudos to science, education, and teachers who are wise enough to tell their students how to live better!


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