So although I’ve shared some of my most brutally honest feelings and most private humiliating life experiences through this blog, here are some regular everyday things that make me…me. I am not just someone that has experienced horrible things. I am a real person. I am a morning person. I am totally addicted to over the counter nasal spray and have been since I was 15. I love to cook and bake and eat. I love to read. I love music of all kinds. I love my dogs like kids. I think its super sad that Hershey cherry cordial kisses only come out twice a year. I love t.v. and movies. I went to nursing school but didn’t finish. My favorite color is blue. I love sunsets. I love the beach and the lake. I am 36 but still say ma’am and sir to other people. I am super claustrophobic and terrified of spiders. I drink coffee all day. Any sour candy I eat makes me gleak. I am part Choctaw Apache Indian, French, and German. I love genealogy. I love James Bond, (only the Roger Moore ones), Elvis, and old Disney movies. I was a total marching band nerd in school, even went to band camp…it was awesome. I love British accents. I smell everything before I buy it, shampoos, washing powders, cleaning products. My parents have been together since they were in 8th grade. I am not a winter person, I am super cold natured. My daughter is the most awesome person I’ve ever known (I’m not just saying that because she is my daughter…she is awesome). I raise peacocks and chickens and turkeys and guineas. I hate driving at night. I hate wearing shoes and take mine off under my desk as soon as I get to work everyday. I belch like a beer drunk college frat boy. I love to play board games. I rarely drink, but when I do I almost always throw up. I have a bucket list a mile long. Some days I feel super strong and some I feel super weak. I am currently hooked on the game 2048. I hate being lied to. I hate to hurt peoples feelings. I know none of this has anything to do with my blog but I just wanted whoever is reading this to know there is a real person here, there is a me that I am fighting for.