I'm 29 years old. I was born and raised in Texas until I was 16, then I moved to Vegas with my mom. I was on the varsity wrestling team when I was in high school and didn't really care about my grades in high school, so I ended up graduating with a 2.0 GPA. I entered the Marine Corps when I was 19 (2004) and for the first 4 years of my enlistment, I didn't really do anything productive other than buy a car (2007 Ford Focus) which I still drive, but since then I've slowly began to increase my standards for myself.
My fifth and final year of my enlistment, I used the military's Tuition Assistance to pay for some college classes while I was in and completed about 9 of them.I also managed to save enough money for me and my roommate to put a down payment a house while the market was low (still is sadly). I left the military when I was 24 (2009) and started going to UNLV in the Spring '09 as a Computer Science major. After a couple of semesters, my standards increased again and I decided to switch my major to Biology with a Preprofessional concentration (PreMed). In 2012, I finished an EMT Certification course so I could get some hands on experience in dealing with patients.
Right now, for a job, I tutor kids (mostly kindergarten through 5th grade) at a couple of libraries. I don't work often, but the military pays for my college and living expenses so I can afford not to :P. The tutoring is really just extra. After this semester, I will only need 3 more classes to finish my Bachelor's degree! :D
I go to college 4 days a week, tutor 4 days a week, work out 3 days a week, and volunteer at the hospital once a week. It sounds like a lot, but it really isn't lol. In my free time, I mostly find myself either studying, watching movies or tv series, cooking/eating, exercising, or talking to my roommates. I consider myself friendly, witty, and positive. I have never and will never break a promise. I used to smoke but don't anymore. I don't drink often (maybe once a month), but that doesn't mean I don't like to :P.
I hope to go to Medical School after college and become a doctor, but there is a lot of competition for Medical Schools, so I don't know if that will happen. If that doesn't work out, I'll try to be a paramedic.
If you want to know more about me, send me a message and we'll go from there! If you want to figure out what kind of person I am, well, you can't do that unless you get to know me ;)