I am a 29 year old divorced single mother of two. My Daughter is 10 and my son is 5, and our Doberman Bailey is 1 yrs old. We reside in Dallas, Georgia. I was born in Orange County California and was raised in the Valley. My children were also born in California San Bernardino Valley. I am a very active and attractive young mother. I was a very athletic and popular in high school. My freshman year I was a stats girl for the Junior, and Varsity boys basketball team. I also ran track and field my freshman year. My sophomore year I was a Junior Varsity Cheerleader, My junior year I was in dance performance, My senior I decided to join the work force and got a part time job. I graduated with a 4.0 gpa. By time I turned 19 I was married and had my daughter. I went to Skadron college and I graduated with a 3.8 gpa and received my Medical Assistant Diploma. I have faithfully worked in the career of medicine for 10yrs. But I never really was happy with my career. I am Currently working for a mortgage company as a scanner, and I work part time for Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta I am a mentor and I was a troop leader volunteer for 3 yrs for my daughters troop prior to me employment. But I still admired the career of entertainment. So I recently audition for a free scholarship to CSB School Of Broadcasting. I did not win the audition but I got a great discount and school starts for me November 17,2008. I while be learning to broadcast radio and television and know how to use the equipment. When I was really younger a small child my grandmother had my in ballet classes. I also singed in a choir for a television commercial of Michael Jackson's song We are the world. My Cousin played the drums for the New Kids On The Block back in the 80's. He wanted to take me to Ny to meet them and let Maurice Starr meet me, but my mother was not interested in me being a child star. I had a lot of opportunities knock on my door but the door was never opened. I have always been a social butterfly and I feel it's time for me to spread my wings and soar. There is so much more of my life's journey to be told and for people to learn from me how to stay strong and never stop on your dreams not matter your diversity. In due time everyone while have a chance to know about me.