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Figuring out my mission in the first place! But in the meantime tasting life through crazy/wild/random experiences and opportunities!!
Oh man, well... I love being active and doing random fun things. I am very friendly and outgoing. I don't like mean people. Cooking is awesome, I love doing it and learning tips/tricks/and recipes. Hmmm... I also enjoy:
-Sitting on top of a mountain in the silence and beauty that surrounds me.
-The Lightning storms that fill the Texas skies.
there's much more.. but I'm saving it for later..
This is the only life I'll ever have, and I am going to make it the best I can every day that God gives me breath.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Well I just joined CS, and I'm traveling right now, so as of now I will be meeting new people and hopefully affecting them in a positive way during my travels! But once I get situated somewhere again then my couches will always be open!
None so far! But I'm excited to get on this wagon because it sounds PHENOMENAL!!!
I love music and being creative! And I absolutely love learning new things and gaining new talents to add to my bag of tricks. I really dig seeing new sights, making new friends, and finding myself in places that I've only dreamed of! Plus lots of other things that currently escape my mind...
Music, Movies, and Books
I have a very eclectic taste in music. But I love good vocalists, tight bands, and people that feel the music.
You should check out Marc Broussard, that man is legit.
Movies = I'm easily entertained.
Books = ones that teach me things that I can actually use in life.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I remember this one time I saw...
Teach, Learn, Share
Jellyfish are 95% water! Crazy.
The king of hearts is the only king without a mustache.
Sound travels about 4 times faster in water than in air.
The blue whale can produce sounds up to 188 decibels. This is the loudest sound produced by a living animal and has been detected as far away as 530 miles.