fun and spontaneous or very collectively calm-depending on my mood that day, sarcastic sense of humor-love to laugh, introverted, sensitive, love animals,intuitive,can be intellegent i suppose...if i really think about it.^_*
I can be very stubborn and determined however, but can also be a good listener. It all depends, of course. I am not sure if i am strong, but i am strong-willed.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by
I'd make abortion legal, gay marriage legal, and give animal rights more enforcement. I think everyone has a right to live life however they feel they want to, no matter how ridiculous it sounds to someone else...Unless....it harms someone else. Otherwise, it's their choice. Why should I tell them what to do if it doesn't bother anyone, or pertains to their own body? It's not everyone's life...it's theirs and theirs alone...who am I to tell them how to live it?
What/who changed my life and why
event:"having the opportunity to see how cruel humans can be...and how civilized animals can be controvercially...so I always laugh when they use the word 'humane'...it's so ironic for me. Cats catch on to things quicker than humans, like how to open doors.We are the only animals that kill for 'fun' and laugh about it...and the only ones who trample on other's territories and cut them down or capture them for our own manual labor. Quite simply, humans are also animals but refuse to see it, and if they do, they think it excuses bad behavior, when they know the difference between right and wrong-easy lesson to learn. Honestly, I'd pick the 'animals' any day, over 'humans'. Human-kinds' superiority complex is repulsive.
Person: My mom, my friends, my sister, and most of all my cats. If I'd had a bad first childhood experience with them I may not have gotten to know how amazing they are, and may not have ended up saving the ones we did. I'm glad they are here. For all I know I may have wound up being a dog person (cats gasp in background) lol-but they are okay too.