People from work would describe me as the funny girl. The one who is always polite and keeps smiling no matter how hectic life can be. I'm someone who really listens and even cares no matter how distant the person may be. I'm both smart and anairhead at times but don't care to admit it. . . unless someone makes fun of me, and then I kind of get bent. . . but smile. I'm also always ready for a good comeback that'll make my coworkers bust out in hysterics. My friends would probably say the same. Overall goodhearted and generous with a twist of funny. I tend to use a lot of humor to get my points across and a little passive-assertiveness, if there is such a thing. They'd also have to add that I am trustworthy enough to trust with their deepest secrets. I'm also far from two-faced and prefer not to be bothered with the evils of gossip. My family would say I'm the goofy one. The one who would put on a show whether it be by dancing wildly or imitating someone in the family (That's my favorite) I hope my son will someday say he admires my strength for making tough decisions that will take his life in directions that would've otherwise been impossible. I hope he appreciates the silliness when times are hard, the energy it takes to be a patient mom, and my promise to follow where God leads in hopes of meeting the happiness that awaits me.