About Me: Female, 27, bozeman, MT, member since Apr 2010
I'm from the south, born and raised... recently fell in love with the mountains so I moved to Montana in the Summer of 2009 and I absolutely LOVE it! It's a beautiful place and something I never thought I'd enjoy but now I cant imagine being anywhere else!
[More] I transferred from Ole Miss to Montana State and I'm so thankful for everything I have been blessed with! I love riding my bike, fishing, snowboarding, floating the river, camping, my kitty, my family, shopping, online shopping, shopping for others, the lake, the ocean, snowmobiling, laughter and tons of other things!.. did i mention shopping? :)
I have recently been diagnosed with Chiari Malformation (which brought me here) and this summer I wont be able to enjoy the mountains because I am undergoing surgery to fix my Chiari. I am very nervous and open to hear anything that anyone has to say to me!
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