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My self-summary
All about me... lets see... I am currently a student working my way to my Bachelor's degree in Buffalo, NY. I have three guinea pigs that I love very much, and I'm living with my parents right now. I'm open to dating, but not playing games and fooling around. Save the drama for Oprah. I'm looking for someone who is willing to understand who I am and my crazy life, so one-nighters need not apply. And to anyone with the "I need more than one girlfriend to cope with my sex drive" mentality, just no. I am a firm believer in one person at a time... plus I can get jealous sometimes.

An update: I've graduated with my AS degree... waiting to get the certificate from school for my BS. I'm down to two guinea pigs now, my little "hobo" passed on in November after a long battle with a few medical problems. I miss him, but I don't feel guilty because I know that anyone else would've given up on him a long time ago.

I am shy sometimes, trying positivity, and have an imagination
What I’m doing with my life
Right now, I'm going to school for my Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Technology. I'm also looking for a steady job while doing odd jobs for friends and relatives. The market locally is pretty restricted, so I'm searching all areas that interest me.
I’m really good at
um... I'm moderately good at many things, rather than concentrating on one area.

I am pretty good at horseback riding, but haven't done that in a while. Writing, but that's because I'm an obsessive spellcheck and grammar nut. It's one thing when you're writing something out on paper and don't remember how to spell, but if you use a computer at all please use the spellcheck. I don't want to have to guess what you're saying.
The first things people usually notice about me
Usually my freckles, if they are looking at my face. Otherwise, perhaps my style of dress.

I don't have kennel duty anymore, but when I did it was usually which species of animal I smelled like.

And if I'm sugar high, it's usually what crazy thing I happen to be doing. Like wearing clotheshangers on my head like a Native American headdress while talking like Beavis and Butthead.

Note: I am hoping we get a whole bunch of snow dumped on us this winter. I will so totally clear the snow off the roof and then do a backflip into a large pile. Yes, I am a bit daring sometimes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Anything by Ray Bradbury, 1984 and Animal Farm by George Orwell, Raptor Red by Robert Bakker... although most of the reading I do now revolves around my studies.

Movies: Anything sci-fi or horror Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars, Gothika, although I haven't seen many good horror films. (Update: a friend rented The Excorcism of Emily Rose thinking it would provoke an interesting conversation. It scared the crap out of me. There's a reason why... )

Music: I listen to a mix of country, rock, and 80's music. AC/DC, Guns n' Roses, Montgomery Gentry, Nickelback, The Warren Brothers, Disturbed miranda Lambert Black Dog soundrack. A strange combination, for sure.
Update: I'm currently obsessed with the new Shinedown album. Also, Sick puppies, Seether, Stemm, and Hell n' Diesel (the lovechild of Motley Crue and GNR) - they're the most recent albums I've purchased.

Foods: Ham, I love ham. I am a proud carnivore, and am not afraid to chow down on a huge burger every once in a while. Basically I like anything as long as its not spicy, so buffalo wings are out of the question. I don't like onions - I think they're farts in vegetable form.
Six things I could never do without
Only six? Ok, here goes... mind you, this is only SIX. There are more than that, really.
1.) The basics - air, water, food, some form of shelter.
2.) My guinea pigs
3.) My steel toe boots
4.) My truck
5.) Little kids - they have amazingly expansive imaginations. Although I don't like having to discipline someone else's.
6.) My AC/DC cds from the Bon Scott years.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What to put in this section... HAHA!!

Aside from that... what to write about in any of my multiple stories, wether I have homework and if I want to do it, and sometimes thoughts of my future sneak in there as well.

Update: I'm trying not to dwell on the past too much. It tends to get me into a negative way of thinking - the whole "what should I have done differently" mindset. But I've realized that there's not really anything major I could have done. People are who they are. If they chose to be disrespectful, arrogant, and unsupportive of a friend, I can't change that and wouldn't bother trying.
On a typical Friday night I am
Surfing the net, maybe watching tv/a movie if anything decent is on. Spending time with my guinea pigs. Wishing I had somewhere to go. Hoping I can get one night of relative peace - no mom on a cleaning binge, no sister stealing my ID from my purse to go get drunk (I hate booze), no other sister criticizing me for my life choices.

I used to spend friday nights in front of the tv watching Farscape, but then the scifi channel cancelled it... but the miniseries was good, except for the totally unjustified ending.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
That I sing along with the radio in my truck, and I don't really care how bad or good I sound.

Also, I don't have a sense of smell (I'm anosmic), and I'm not very technologically inclined. If my computer is not cooperating, my first thought is usually to throw it out the window.
You should message me if
You have ever watched Farscape on the Sci-Fi channel... It's cancelled now, just like every other show I seem to like.

Or if you are in any way like me, a person with an odd sense of humor who right now is looking for new friends. Hopefully someone will be able to see me as something more than a friend one day.
The two of us