About Me

As I scrolled through all the posts I have on this page (the singular new post and the nine old ones I brought over from Wordpress) I realized there was something missing that didn’t transfer over, and that’s my about me page. I don’t suggest you try and look at the old one because at this point it’s outdated and I’m confident it says I’m still in college. So I figured why not just make a new one.


To be honest, I never really know what to put in these types of posts. What do people want to know? What do they need to know to understand me better? I don’t know if I’ll be able to fully answer either of those questions but here goes.


I was born in Olympia Fields, Illinois on December 15th, 1995. I suppose that would put me with the millennial generation. I don’t typically enjoy associating with that, but on the plus side the millennials didn’t eat tide pods. I lived in Orland Park as a small child but moved around a lot during the second part of elementary school and the first year of middle school. We spent time in Monee, Illinois and Stillwater, Minnesota before ending up back in Orland for the end of sixth grade. I graduated from Andrew High School in 2014 and went on to college. I went to Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois for my undergrad. I graduated in 2018 with a bachelor of the arts in psychology and a minor in English. I am currently applying to graduate school. The goal is to get my masters in school counseling and hopefully open up my own practice someday.


I am the oldest of four kids. My parents are divorced, that happened right before high school, but I still have relationships with all of them. Oh and I have two dads, the biological one and the one who adopted me and pretty much raised me. I don’t mean for that to sound bad at all, I have a decent relationship with both of them. Below you’ll find a picture the four of us siblings and my mom. The top is the oldest photo I could find. It’s from 2009. The bottom is from May of 2019.


My favorite color is turquoise, I enjoy writing, reading, art, and genuine conversation. I talk to myself a lot, and I’m kinda weird. I really don’t know what else to say at this point so enjoy this glow up and if you have any questions, feel free to ask!





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