the lady “M”


While I was looking through countless blogs. I noticed a simple questionnaire, and I wanted to share it with you. After I read the answers various people wrote, I had to laugh and remember MySpace (regretfully made an account many moons ago) which once was the king of social networks and the message boards were all the rage of senseless scanning questions.

I must say, I am a mixture of being an introvert and clinging to make my name/voice known all at the same time. In the end, I’m still figuring it out. ūüôā

Birthday: The month where the flower is a rose and the birthstone is a pearl.
Favorite color: Navy blue and mustard yellow.
Last thing I googled:¬†My church’s livestream from last evenings “Good Friday” service. The choir and sermon was so majestic. I wanted to cry.
First word that comes to mind: Grateful.
One place that makes me happy: Watching a sunset.
How many blankets do I sleep under: Not relevant.
Favorite fictional character: Brook Davis from One Tree Hill.
Favorite books:¬†Devotion/Inspirational- “Revolution in World Missions” by K.P. Yohannan – “Captivating” by John & Stasi Eldredge | Insight- Simon Van Booy’s “Why” collection.
Favorite tv shows: One Tree Hill, White Collar & Pushing Daisies
Favorite foods: Stuffed peppers and potato latkes.
Dream vacation: Backpacking in Europe.
Dream wedding:¬†My Dad giving the vows, and be utterly happy to know I have found a heart of a Godly man who is greater than my dreams.¬†In a church where I am surrounded with my family, dearest friends as witnesses. Being able to praise Jesus for a new chapter in my life, and being thankful to have everyone I love surrounding me during this joyous time. It’s not about the pomp and circumstance of my “dream wedding,” but the murmuring sounds of family and friends rejoicing, blessing my future husband & I during the beginning, during and through our marriage.
Dream job: Become a Behavioral Analyst in a clinic where I and other Behavioral Analysts change the lives of children who have Autism and other developmental delays. My passion is to see growth in every aspect and even more patience as we strive to see the best in all these beautiful children!


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