Reflectively speaking I guess I would describe myself as an odd combination of kinda a loner with about 35% attention seeker. Depends on my mood, I would assume. I would love to say that I am laid back and not sweat the small stuff but in reality...I am hyper, a bit eccentic, and unpredictable. (I know I am painting a crazy picture, but I am also quite the exaggerator of pretty much all things.)
I am an animal lover and my two dogs (Chloe is a Yorkshire Terrier and Izzy is a slightly overweight black Lab) well, they are our entire world. After being diagnosed as completely unable to conceive children naturally three years into our marriage, our dogs are the closest thing to unconditional love we have ever experienced together. Needlesstosay, they are treated like royalty. I'm okay with that!
My husband, Matt and I have been married for eight years and have experienced the worst of the worst life has to offer. We have depended on one another during the absolute trying days, months, and years of our lives and my love for him is unbreakable because of the amazing bond we share.
I am not going to make this a long sob story ....promise. I use sarcasm a lot more than I probably should as a way to mask my true sadness at times. I am generally upbeat, energetic, and fun. I am blessed beyond words and even though my life (at times) sucks, I count each and every wonderful person, place and thing that God has allowed me to have.