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About Me:

I am a professional sign langauge interpreter and a freelance writer and editor. I'm also the founder and director of Peculiar People--an international Christian collaborative fiction organization.

Favorite Books: 

I have too many favorite books, but some of my favorite authors are Stephanie Grace Whitson, Dee Henderson, Jamie Langston Turner, and A.A. Milnes.

Favorite Music: 

Current fav song: Mercy Came Running by Phillips, Craig, & Dean

Marital Status:  Single
Living Situation:  With Parents
Want (more) Children:  Yes
Homeschool your children?:  Yes, I plan to homeschool.
Homeschool Legacy:  Homeschool Alum

Highschool Career:  Homeschooled all the way
Education:  Associate degree
Employment:  Part-time
Siblings:  2
Occupation:  Artistic / Musical / Writer
Interests: American Sign Language, reading, writing

Status:  Member
Profile Views:  6887
Profile Updated:  29 Dec 2010
Joined:  08 Oct 2007
Total posts:  302 (search topics created)

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Friends Notes:

Hello, Amy! You are my #1 HSA friend today! How's your writing coming along??
- Brother David
Fri Jun 22, 12 6:29 am
- Tessa McKnight
Wed Feb 23, 11 8:51 pm
I was referring to a state-specific license... where you have to meet certain criteria to be able to practice in that state. Arkansas doesn't have it, but Kentucky does. You have to have graduated from an ITP to get your temporary license, and you have to have a level 4 or 5 (or equivalent) NIC to get your license. It's a way of professionalizing the industry, but it is a bit intimidating for me.
Well, if anything, you learned to take fewer hours next semester. Very Happy Sometimes it takes learning those kinds of things the hard way to make sure you don't make that mistake twice.
Have a blessed day!
- Kayla(J)G.
Thu Jan 20, 11 2:40 pm
Hi Amy! Very Happy
I too have not been on HSA in quite a while... How exciting for you to be done! I am only beginning. Wink I finished my first official semester in the program this fall, and I'm entering semester 2 of 3 this spring! My final semester is my internship, where I will probably either be working in a mainstream setting or at the state residential school... I will apply both places, and I think I will enjoy the work at either location. Smile
Are you staying busy with your interpreting work? Oh! I wanted to ask you this, because I haven't done a whole lot of research on my own... Does Washington have licensure (sp?) for interpreters? KY does, and they are pretty strict... something I'm not used to, because my home state has no licensure laws or qualification requirements of any kind. No certification required. It's interesting.

Thanks for the note! Have a fabulous new year!
- Kayla(J)G.
Mon Jan 03, 11 10:16 am

I see you are on the film makers Group.
Just thought I would let you know about a film competition I am having. If you want to find out more clickHERE
- SaMuEL EDuaRdO
Tue Sep 21, 10 11:52 am
Hiya #1! Hope you are doing well! We should catch up sometime this summer. Very Happy
- Kayla(J)G.
Fri Mar 26, 10 5:47 am
- HeenuhHunny
Tue Dec 22, 09 9:10 pm
We have a Bowling party in September! Go see:
- Heather OFC
Sun Aug 30, 09 9:59 pm
Happy Ressurection Sunday!
- HeenuhHunny
Wed Apr 08, 09 9:17 pm
Hi Amy! How have you been doing? Very Happy I'm sorry you couldn't come to the ball, I was hoping to say hi, so I'll just say hi here I guess. ^_^ Hi!
- Charlyn
Sat Jan 10, 09 12:39 pm

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