Psychology and Pre-OT
I hope to become a leader and role model to others, to educate them
of all social justice issues. Awareness is key. In anything I do,
anywhere I go, I hope to be making a difference! I want others to
look at me and know I'm different, and that they will be curious
enough to ask me about it. I hope that to be a segue into me telling
them about the love I know, from Jesus and from this ATP experience.
I hope that any job I end up at, I can help others be aware and
understand. I don't see how I couldn't have that hope after this
I really really like playing games. Like board games, question
games, jumping up and down games, lap tag, social games. Just
anything where I can hang out with my friends and laugh too
ridiculously hard! Like like like like like. :)
Words to Live By:
"And above all else, put on love, which binds everything
together in perfect harmony."
- Colossians 3:14
Favorite ATP Memory:
TOO MANY. I would have to say anytime we sat in a large circle
opening our hearts and souls to each other. It truly is amazing
and heart breaking and heart warming, all at the same time. But
if I had to say a time where I was laughing too hard for my own
good, it'd have to be Lap Tag (an insane game where you
basically wrestle and race at the same time...). Or
Applebee's-after-hours! I really got some abdomen work-outs
When I think of Awareness through Performance, I think of...
"Awareness Through Performance.. no diggity.. gotta stand up!"
But really, I think Family, Friends, Fun, Learning, Growth,
Amazing, Hard, Emotional, Heart Warming, Dancing, Smiles, Tears,
Laughter, Van's crazy sayings, LOVE!
Involvement with ATP has had this impact on me:
I've learned so much about myself and way more about other
people. I think my view on life has twisted in a way, a really
great way, and I don't think I'll ever stop thinking about it. I
don't think I will ever feel un-loved again, I was immersed in a
pool of love for too long for that to happen. It was such an
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