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!
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.
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 to old to do what you once did. 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! :)
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?
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!