I am the person whose father committed crimes for a living and now he has life in prison.
I am the woman who grew up without a mother because she passed away when I was just a toddler.
I am the woman that statistic's say I should be a drug addict or a criminal by now.
I am the 26 year old virgin, whose never been in prison and never been convicted of a felony.
I am the woman who always wanted to experience being drunk, but never did.
I am the woman who wondered what smoking would be like, but has never smoked ciggerettes.
I am the inexperienced one who didn't get my drivers license till I was 24 years old.
I am the one who was raised by an over protective aunt and uncle, who I'm so thankful for today.
I'm the woman who didn't grow up in a christian household, yet I decided to be baptized at age 18 at a christian assembly during my freshman year of college.
I am the person who began to study about Christ and started to pray daily.
I am the woman who began to experience God changing my heart.
I am the woman who had unforgiveness, strife, wrath, fear and impatience in her heart, but I don't anymore.
I am the woman that God has freed from these inner struggles.
I am the woman who was anti social and didn't trust people who I felt would hurt me.
I am the woman who became friendly after I began to trust God with my life and no longer allowed peoples actions to have any power over me to bother me.
I am the person who befriends, loners and people from all walks of life.
I am the friend who shows you love even whn your trying to be unlovable.
I am the woman who is desiring to budget my finances better.
I am the woman that has chosen not to date though I have met great guys.
I am the celibate sister who is focused on serving God and the community while finishing her college degree.
I am the daydreamer who thirst for travel and mission trips overseas.
I am that friend you make that try to get rid of but I'm still there, getting you gifts and showing I still care.
I am the person who crys and smiles when I read hallmark cards
I am the woman who wants a family someday.
I am the poetry lover, the red velvet crumb snatcher, the Christ fanatic, the hopeless romantic, the conversationalist when others get quiet, the truth speaker, the sentimental weeper, the family embracer, the no facial expression maker when others try to bring me down, the forgiver of those who have hurt me, and the admirer of God who breathed life into everything we now see.