The adventure never stops in my life. Family is my priority. I've grown up with a family that loves to travel and see what other cultures are like. We've always shared the passion of medical missions and traveled to Nicaragua several times. Travel is at the top of my list, once I can support myself. Italy has been calling my name for some time. Their architecture speaks to me, as I am studying Interior Architecture at East Tennessee State University. Several other places have made it to my bucket list like: Australia, New Zealand, Africa and Ireland. Meanwhile, God has recently blessed me with a travel partner for life. We are taking a step into this beautiful thing called Marriage in August of 2017. All of our animals have reptile names -not my doing- and they are: Croc (kitten), Turtle girl (kitten) and Salliemander (golden-doodle-lab mix). My loving pup is the most intelligent dog and sweetest blessing. She is a lover and she will make sure you never feel alone or sad.
Majors are impossible to choose when you are 18 years old. You haven't had the chance to explore and grow into what you really want to do. I've been through 5 majors in the past 6 years. I went from Nursing to Pre-Med Physical Therapist to Pre-Med Doctor to Pre-Med Dentist to Pre-Med Physical Therapist to Interior Architecture. I decided to make less money and do what I love with my father who happens to be a general contractor that builds custom homes, additions and remodels. I've worked as his project and selections manager at his company Firm Foundation Construction for over a year now, and will change job titles when I graduate in May to Interior Architect.