That I take the time to listen and help others in need. Great question. Thanks for asking Ashantina....
That I am always ears to everyone's problems and try to find a solution to it.
I'm a pretty cool chic!
Laid back,spiritual,loving to a fault,friend til the end,true blue and tight like glue.(Living Single Lyrics)
That's me to a T,thru the eyes of many.
I've come a long way and learned to deal with the things I need to when I need and hopefully better than I used to while continuing to be strong in the fact that I am always honest, good or bad, I keeps it 100!
That I live my life without pushing others down or to speak ill of others and also my positive outlook on life!
This was a very good and positive question by the way!
Charm, wit, style, insight, great sense of balance, and one of the most modest people I know
That i am good at giving people the opportunity to prove that they are trust worthy, that i listen and do my best to help, that i try my best not to be the one to hurt people.
that i am creative, open minded, curious, always learning and growing, accepting of all people, enthusiastic about life and all it has to offer... and that when i make mistakes, i am able to learn from them, forgive myself, and continue on.
Some people say that I'm patient, and I am a good listener. I just like the fact that I could drive a ball sometimes 270 yards. :-)
The fact that I can tell people " Don't hate me because I'm beautiful." That and "my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard."
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