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sharonpustejovsky

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I am 45, have been married for 14 years, and am the mother of two daughters.

I am curious about people and most subjects, and enjoy traveling, reading, playing games (board and computer), running, knitting and doing genealogy research. I also love teaching - I teach my daughters, as well as a middle school world history class.

I consider myself adventurous and will usually try anything once, unless it looks incredibly dangerous or stupid. I respect and value life on this earth and am not afraid of dying because I see death as the entryway to a better life. I have Judeo-Christian beliefs and do believe that our main mission in life is to love God and others, and inspire others to do the same, and to give hope to all of much better things to come. I enjoy discussing pretty much any topic to gain more insight and perspective.

I struggle with a bit of ADD, OCD, anxiety, combined with a bit of a high-intensity personality, but as I get older, and have started figuring out ways to deal with these things, they seem to have less of an impact. I can sometimes have annoying perfectionist tendencies, but loosen up more with each passing year. I just plain got tired of being told to lighten up all the time. Watching movies like "Dumb and Dumber" help do the trick.

I am a fiercely loyal person. Once I figure out that you are my true friend I will remain your true friend for life and will always vouch for you, no matter what everyone else is doing or what they think. If you betray me, I will quietly disappear from your life, with no drama.

My family is my top priority, then my interests & friends. I do struggle at times with my interests fighting to be first. I tend to get caught up in whatever my current interest is and have to learn to step back and take a breather.

I love discussions with different points of view. Even if I agree with what everyone else is saying, when I see that one dissenter, it really gets my attention and makes me want to try to understand their point of view, even if I don't agree.

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Fri 12 Aug, 2011 02:34 pm - Thanks - these sound too delicious not to try. (view)
Fri 12 Aug, 2011 02:32 pm - Between the two I'll usually choose celery because I can eat as much as I want, but I don't care for the celery stringies being stuck between my teeth. (view)
Thu 11 Aug, 2011 01:46 pm - Thanks for clarifying. So basically if I'm using a preposition before who/whom it needs to be whom. To whom, through whom, etc. Every other time using "who" is fine. (view)
Thu 11 Aug, 2011 01:40 pm - How do you prepare your quinoa? I have some that I would like to do something a bit more creative with. (view)
Thu 11 Aug, 2011 01:34 pm - Exactly what I'm talking about... Using awesome at that time seems so disrespectful and like he didn't see it for the serious thing that it was. Having not been there when it... (view)
Thu 11 Aug, 2011 01:31 pm - 8/10/11 Breakfast: Fiber One cereal - 80 Skim Milk - 70 Snack: Raw broccoli - a big bowlful - 150 Lunch: Two slices of Amy's Cheese Pizza - 500 a few pieces of turkey pepperoni... (view)
Thu 11 Aug, 2011 01:21 pm - Your meal sounded delicious (and nice and light), except for the anchovies. I love artichoke hearts and your homemade sourdough bread sounds fabulous. A year ago I was making sourdough bread... (view)
Thu 11 Aug, 2011 01:15 pm - Interesting point about writing vs. speaking. (view)
Thu 11 Aug, 2011 01:15 pm - I wondered if using "there's" instead of "there are" was a trend, because I have heard quite a few intelligent/educated people use "there's" when I thought... (view)
Thu 11 Aug, 2011 12:57 pm - I prefer to stick to gum for that very reason! (view)
 
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