I have completed 3 1/2 yrs of college with emphasis on psychology. I would like to work with abused children and those who suffer with Mental Illness. Taking a short break due to health time will tell if I can return. I love to cook from scratch, love to bake, love k
[More]ids and love being a mother -- It is the only job I dreamed of doing as a child. Well until my teens when I decided I would like to go into psychology due to my Mom's paranoid schizophrenia as I wanted to help her as well. My mom committed suicide in 2005 a mere few days after my 4yr old son's birth. I was devastated and it has had a huge affect on my health and life for last 5yrs.
On a lighter note: I write songs, poems, wrote one children's story, play guitar, flute, and some piano, I love to crochet -- taught myself right after my 17th bithday, knit as well but prefer crochet. I love to learn new challenging techniques and create my own originals as well. I crochet with all hook sizes and yarn types -- I am truely a crochet geek! I also bead jewelry; although I haven't in some time due to costs of materials *sigh* I also quilt. I have taught myself all my crafts due to not knowing anyone who did any of these things. So far I have made 3 1/2 quilts last is awaiting a new sewing machine and the right fabric which may be awhile. None of my quilts were from a pattern but my own. I did start a quilt a month that was fun learning new things but would have been much more enjoyable if I had had someone to do this with. Honestly if it is some sort of art -- I will love it. Music, Art and School have always been my escape I had great grades throughout and was a way to escape the abuse I went through at home with my Mom. Various jobs I have done are: beautician, diesel mechanic, homeschool teacher, Dept. of Transportation and of course Stay at home Mom/wife. Personally I love working but would rather be at home to care for my family. Although some days I think I would rather finish my degree but don't want to make the wrong choice there so giving myself time for this "big" decision.
I like DIY projects, home remedies, green-living, God is also a big part of my life. I have spent the last decade living very old fashioned seriously -- like 1800s old fashioned. I have hauled my own water as well as heated it, darned socks, made nearly everything I could to save money. Although it wasn't by choice, I didn't mind it until I couldn't keep up with all that needed done by myself.
Probably more than anyone cared to know in "a little about me" and not really "a little" is it...Sorry to have gone on so long. I am easy going and get along with most everyone if you need to talk, need a hug, no worries...I've had a lot go on in my life and have probably been there and have the T-shirt and am very empathetic. Want to know anything...just ask. I wish to use my experiences to help others and so am pretty open; however, there are things that I may not wish to talk about don't take it personal and be respectful.
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