When you hear the phrase, "Pastor's Kid" I'm the exception to the rule. This is not to brag, don't get me wrong, I know what pride preceeds. When I was growing up, my friends liked that my dad could give them advice about life and the Bible. Being apastor's kid, didn't set me up for a complex though. I learned about God at a very young age and saw God through my dads' example. At seven I understood about sin and began trusting in Jesus with my life. Unfortunatly, being a pastor's kid has generated stereotypes, for which I was shocked by, and over my lifetime have done all I could to strive to be the opposite. Very rarely did I rebel, just was curious, but never rebelled. I had a pretty good childhood, and am more thankful for it now than ever before. I've experienced life, some of which through "rose colored glasses" but am still waiting for "Mr. Ready-Right" as I am perpetually striving to be "Miss Ready-Right" for him. I believe God can use whatever means He chooses to bring two people He has designed for each other together, and I'm only seeing what He does with this endeavor. I am prayerfully anticipating whomever He sends my way for whatever type of communication. He knows my hopes, dreams and desires, because He gave them to me before time began. I've given my life to Him and with Him I'll stay, I'd just like to share life with someone of that heart set too. Please say Hi or more if you like! Thanks, and God Bless you real good!