Where do I even begin? I can remember my parents telling me a story about how I was weaned from the pacifier. Well, we lived next to a hill and I kept throwing it over the hill. I continued to do so four or five times and my dad told me that the next time I did it I wasn’t getting it back again! Needless to say I didn’t have a pacifier for the rest of my life. I remember this like it was yesterday…and here I am starting college now!
I’m from the very small community of Clay County, Kentucky, just around a little over a hour away from the University of the Cumberlands. So it’s not too close and it’s also not too far away that I get home sick and can just go home any time I need/want to. A little about me would be that I am a very unique combination of a jock/nerd. What I mean by that is that I’ve been playing three sports since I was around six years old which include football, basketball, and baseball which I traded for track/field in middle school. I’m doing it still to this day and hopefully for many more to come, Lord willing.
I say that I am a nerd because I read manga (Japanese books which contain anime that you read from right to left), watch many different anime programs on television, and I love to read! I like anything, and that does include love stories.
What college you go to is one of the most important decisions you will be making as a young adult. I chose the University of the Cumberlands as my college for the next four years and even more importantly, it is my new home. Every time I’ve been to the university on tour or moving in, no matter what the situation has been, every one campus has been nothing but nice and had only the best intentions for me as a student and more importantly a person (not just a number)! I’m really glad that I chose the University of the Cumberlands as my new home. When UC tries to recruit you as a student, they don’t just do it for their job, they do it because they have your best interests in mind and they really want you to get the best education you could possibly get.
Well, that’s about it for now. I’m really glad to be a Patriot.