I am a loving,compassionate person with lots of interests. I care very deeply for others and this world. I want it to be my focus that I change the world with the love of the Lord. I love children and believe them to be the key to our future. I hope to raise my children in God's love and set an example as best I can. I love to write, act, sing and be with people. I can accept anyone as long as they accept me. I have had many, unique life experieces that have helped me to be a well rounded, understanding person. I hope to make new friends and meet some interesting people.
I was adopted. My birth sister and brother were adopted before me to another family. My birth sister and I still had the same first and middle name, Lisa Marie.
Life is a gift and is short. You never know how long you'll have someone so make sure to love them as if they would be leaving you tomorrow.
What Gives Me Hope
That someday soon I will be seeing my brother and God in heaven when I leave this world.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by
Stop allowing big businesses to leave the country and hire mexicans for so little. If they wanted to take there business out of the country, then America would be closed to them. I would also spend less money on road construction and more on taking care of the homeless and lowly amongst us. I would lower taxes to a fair and manageable amount for everyone. I would take ideas from the citizens of America and have a contest. Whoever writes an essay with the best idea that we take and use gets to spend the entire day with the President and ride around in my limousine and work with me.
What/who changed my life and why
The book A Child Called It, because it just shows that others are hurt just as badly as I was. I was abused sexually at the age of four. For so long I felt badly for myself. I tried to pull myself out of that but became obsessed with my life story. A few weeks ago I read that book. It made me cry and get sick to my stomach because how could someone do that to there child? I realized there are many others who have had it worse than me. And I was able to climb out of that low. At times I still feel bad, but I don't feel alone.