April 08, 2009, 15:57PM
Thank you for the invite. You friend requested me as soon as I was done joining. Do you have a program that lets you know when there are new members? That was the fastest friend request I ever got ; )
love love love my music (although, who on here doesn't???).I mourn lost friendships and friends who continue to reject the amazing power of God in their lives. I love Coca Cola, pizza, watching movies, reading, people, and Chipotle. I don't adapt well to change, however I'm learning to be more flexible and follow God's leading.
And regardless of what my profile picture implies, I do NOT have a foot fetish.
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