I'm a Panhead, which is pretty obvious, I suppose. My two favorite Christian bands are Skillet (of course) and Jars of Clay. I am an aspiring author, so writing novels and keeping a journal are two of my favorite things, as is reading. Although I'm not much into sports, I really enjoy watching hockey, and my favorite team in the NHL is the Columbus Blue Jackets. Yet as much I love all of the things listed above, the most important fact that anyone should know about me is that I am a Christian, and I am serious about my relationship with God. He has guided me through the happy times and the not-so-happy times; I know He will never leave me or forsake me, and I look forward to the unique plans He has for my life (Jeremiah 29:11).
I'm an aspiring author, so typing novels and keeping a journal are two things I do in my free time. I have a passion for reading, as well, and an even deeper passion for music. On top of all this, I enjoy watching the Columbus Blue Jackets during hockey season.
Skillet and Jars of Clay tie as my two ultimate favorite bands, although Sixpence None The Richer, The Hawk In Paris, and Flyleaf all come as close seconds. My favorite songs by each band, in their respective order, are as follows: "Those Nights"; "Closer"; "There She Goes"; "Curse the Love Songs"; and "Missing."
I don't have a Twitter account.
What's Your Favorite Movie Or TV Show?:
I don't really watch TV much, other than Blue Jackets hockey.
What's Your Favorite Book?:
A handful of my favorite novels... "When the Soul Mends" by Cindy Woodsmall; "Ever After" by Karen Kingsbury; "True Light" by Terri Blackstock; "Under the Northern Lights" by Tracie Peterson; "Like Gold Refined" by Janette Oke; "Lonestar Sanctuary" by Colleen Coble; "Wild Horses" by Linda Byler; The Rose Trilogy by Beverly Lewis
One Interesting Fact About Me Is...:
My three favorite things in God's creation are the splendor of the Appalachain Mountains beneath a sunny blue sky; myriad birds flocking around the feeders in my yard; and a full moon on a crystal clear winter night. I love nature, and I love my home state. The list of things I love about those two could go on forever, but I decided to narrow it down for your sake, Panheads. :P