I'm Rachel, I'm 27 and I'm a nurse! : ) I work on a stroke / renal medical floor. I love my job, and I love my husband Chad of 5 years now ! We're really happy and love doing stuff together ALL the time, we're just like big kids! Speaking of kids, I guess I've got a cou
[More]ple of those ; ) Ryan Michael is 3 years old! and Paul Stephen is 17months! : ) We've also got a couple of fur-babies. We have an 8 year old mixed mutt named Kacie and a 4 year old golden-retriever chow mix named Kiester.
I really like to keep active physically and around the community too. I try to exercise my 1/2 hour or so every day on my handy elliptical downstairs... while watching a movie ;), or get up really early and take a jog outside. I also try to volunteer around the city as much as I can !
Some negative things about me are probably my recycling / not being "green". I can't help it, I automatically throw stuff out and don't even think of recycling it. My green friends want to hurt me. Really bad.
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