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I’m a fairly outgoing person once I am comfortable with my surroundings. Although I’m not the talkative type I mostly like to stay quiet and only speak when spoken to. Or if I have an opinion on something I’ll more than likely voice it other then that I often like to keep to myself.

In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.
– Robert Frost

Intelligence can certainly be measured in different ways. It doesn’t just end in being book smart. I may have a comprehension deficit learn disability that makes it hard for me to fully understand sentences and I may not process verbal/written instructions as well as others, but I do make up for those in what I lack. I have what seems to be what most lack and that’s common sense. I know that’s one of my strong suites and probably something that will benefit me when it comes to getting dealt with situational issues.

“I dread the events of the future, not in themselves but in their results.”
― Edgar Allan Poe

My skills somewhat stem from working on the computer. I have a grasp of how to work both Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Word and most of the tools given on the computer. I’d also like to think my creativity has become a great skill of mine and is a great characteristic skill to have. As well as being very versatile in most situations.

I have interests in reading mystery, horror, thrillers, crime and suspense fiction novels I also like to write in those types of genres. I some times like to put myself into those types of scenerios and think what I would have done if it were me. I’m also hugely interested in music singing, listening, playing and writing it. I have this crazy dream about having a career in it one day.

As far as attitiudes go mine depends on the type of mood I’m in. It’s pretty straight forward good day means good postive attitude,…...

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