Who am I? Huh, I often ask myself the same question. It's hard for a person to honestly judge and describe who they are, but I'll do the best I can. I am a believer. I believe in people, in humanity. I try to find the good in everyone. Although, I tend to be a little too trusting at times, and it sometimes gets me into trouble, but I don't care, and I don't let it affect what I believe.
If more people believed in one another, the world would be a much better place. I let my emotions and intuition guide me through life, and rarely does my gut lead me wrong (when I listen). I'm sensitive, affectionate, empathetic, and extremely receptive to other people's feelings. I love to laugh and am always smiling. I look for the humor in every situation. Laughter softens even the worst tragedy. I'm a dreamy, hopeless romantic who has always believed in "happily-ever-after." But, with age comes wisdom and realization that life isn't "happily-ever-after." It's a constant battle for contentment and appreciation of family.
Astrology is my favorite hobby, but I'm very artistic. I can draw anything, and I worked as a tattoo artist before prison. However, since my incarceration, I've found a new passion: Education. I love learning and teaching. I'm a GED tutor here. I teach math, science, and writing. I'm also a student at Ashland University, where I'm working on a bachelor's degree. My favorite subject is philosophy.
I've definitely gone over the word count, so if you'd like to know more you'll just have to write me. I'm open and understanding, do not judge and accept everyone for who they are.