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Just a simple girl looking to expand her horizons through travel and people!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Meet all the amazing people that call this little rock home!
I love to see friends and family, maybe go out for a bit to eat or a game or two of pool. I love drinking coffee. I love exploring, expanding my horizons and getting new experience!
- meeting new people
- meeting friends
- drinking coffee
Music, Movies, and Books
I don't watch too many movies, it's a little hard to do when you don't have a TV and I can't sit still long enough to watch a full movie most days!
I listen to a lot of audio books, as I can listen while I ride my bike or other things! One of my favorite books I actually sat down and read was The Book of Negroes, loved the fact that it was written so well by a man who retold the stories of the women in his family, from all the stories that were passed down from generation to generation.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I had my wisdom teeth removed in Mexico. I traveled by myself to Mexico for two weeks and had all 4 of my wisdom teeth removed. I did get a little home sick as I was not feeling great after my wisdom teeth removal (as I'm sure anyone would after such a feet...)
Teach, Learn, Share
Teach - Anything I know, I love passing along knowledge and helping others expand their horizons!
Learn - ANYTHING and EVERYTHING! Currently learning how to work on my motorcycle, setting healthy boundaries, and how to be more present in life!
Share - I'd like to share the fact that people matter, the earth matters and we should be more aware of how we treat others and the earth.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I'd like to think I can share some good stories and a different perspective on life!! Would always be willing to share a good meal together as well.
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, England, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Taiwan
Countries I’ve Lived In