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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:  6886
Profile Updated:  29 Dec 2010
Joined:  08 Oct 2007
Total posts:  302 (search topics created)

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Friends Notes:

No, can't go to game night. My friend, Brad, is in town, and I'm doing stuff with him this weekend.
- Lauren
Wed Mar 19, 08 10:24 am
Tagged for what? And what game night?'s been forever since I've been on here. My brother just signed up.
- Lauren
Tue Mar 18, 08 12:56 pm
Okay, since you tagged me, you have to tell me how to link to people's profiles, I have NO idea how! Laughing
- Miss Em
Tue Mar 18, 08 9:25 am
Hey girl! How you been? Seems like it's been forever!!

You're tagged, too! Very Happy (visit my blog)
- Reliable Kay
Mon Mar 17, 08 10:16 pm
Hey Amy! The script writing process for that class I was telling you about ended up being a group thing, so I don't have total say, like I thought I might. So the answer to your question is, no, I'm not really looking for scripts for that class anymore. Sorry! Cool We shoot our first film on Tuesday, though!
- Kezum
Mon Mar 10, 08 3:53 pm
Thanks for your blog comments. Very Happy Yes, I could not make it through the song without crying. I think when he signed, "CRUCIFY HIM!" was when I lost it the first time. After that I just kept crying... the floodgates were let loose!

I'm pretty sure he's Deaf... I have never seen anyone (hearing) have anywhere near that much passion or emotion. It's natural for the Deaf though.
- Kayla(J)G.
Tue Mar 04, 08 2:47 pm are MY #1 friend today! How are you doing? Very Happy
- Kaitlin
Mon Mar 03, 08 1:55 pm
How you doing, Sparrah? Maybe we'll see you again this month at Heather's?
- Josh Lingo
Sat Mar 01, 08 12:33 pm
That sounds like something I would enjoy as well. I like the dramatic aspect of ASL, and role shifiting and classifiers are really neat (though sometimes confusing!). Very Happy
- Kayla(J)G.
Sun Feb 24, 08 6:21 pm
We don't have a huge Deaf (or interpreter) population, so there aren't very many workshops. There might be one every other month or something, but that's about it.
Keepin' busy, I hear. Very Happy Which was your favorite, of the oncs you went to?
- Kayla(J)G.
Sat Feb 23, 08 12:26 pm

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