My husband and I have five boys, five lizards, and one dog.
I love science and math. Whenever we go hiking or on family trips I always make sure to take along supplies to collect samples of things we find. My son told me once that he thinks my “Studio C GoPro” would show kids in lab coats analyzing samples all the time.
I LOVE learning other languages, and at one time or another have been somewhere on the continuum between conversational and fluent in half a dozen or so. Fluency comes and goes with use though, and right now I would really only claim fluency in Russian, with the ability to negotiate my way around in Hungarian and French. I studied Latin and ancient Greek when I was an undergraduate at BYU, and have found that foundation to be invaluable.
I have lived in Lithuana, Lativa, Hungary, and Armenia, and have visited 18 other countries.
I completed my bachelor’s in Elementary Education through WGU in November 2018, and my masters in SPED in June 2019.