A little bit about me...
I am a very friendly person, if not a little odd. I live in the beautiful state of Louisiana, and while I will always complain about the heat, I do not think I would ever want to trade it here for anything. When I am not busy with school work, I can always be found drawing. My imagination truly has no limits! I chose my major because Linguistics is always something that has been interesting to me. The more classes I take that pertain to Linguistics, the more I fall in love. Ideally, I would like to go on to obtain my Master's in Speech-Language Pathology, and one day obtain my Doctorate in that field as well. I would really love to work with children who have speech delays or other communicative disorders, although I am keeping my options open. I became a mentor because I wanted the opportunity to reach out to my fellow students and help them as they take the initial steps returning to school. I remember being excited when I started, but I soon found myself being overwhelmed, and I would have loved it if someone had been there for me--someone who had been where I was.