I'm a mother of two wonderful children, I have an associates degree in criminal justice. I recently stopped working to move back home and take care of my family. I am the youngest, healthiest adult in my family and that doesn't seem to be changing any time soon. I was mostly left to myself as a kid, my guardians didn't allow me to have a TV or a gaming system, but they let me read anything I want. I spent all of my childhood and adulthood in a quest for knowledge, and I'm eager to share what I've learned over the years with others. Most of my teenage years was spent learning about other people's lives. Their trades, their crafts, their cultures, their religions. I've spent 15 years asking questions, practicing, and learning why people are so passionate about different things. I've studied subjects from psychology to entomology and everything in between. I've gone in depth into Greek, Norse, and Roman mythology and religion. I've traveled across the country, and hope to soon find myself over seas to experience other cultures first hand. I've spoken to someone from just about every religion still practicing, and spoken with experts on the religions that arent. I've shadowed professors and scientists, both in the field and in the class room. The people I've met have really given me an insight to people in general, but I'm always interested in talking to new types of people. The diversity of the human race has always fascinated me.