Profile: Jenna


You can call me… Jenna

I identify as… Jenna… outside of that, I don’t think about it.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … “She” usually works best for people, it’s their usage though since I rarely talk about myself in third-person (unless I’m twittering or updating my facebook status).

I’m attracted to… Confidence and humor, the ability to hold an interesting conversation, fun-loving and all that. Physically, it’s a crap-shoot… I never know what I’m gonna like until I see it… and it’s never what I expected.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Say whatever they gotta say. Good and bad are just two sides of the same coin… At least they’re saying something.

I want people to understand… Life is short. Hugs and kisses are awesome. Music and laughter are key.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on October 19th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Jenna”

  1. William

    You are beautiful. Never believe anyone who says otherwise.


  2. J. Sandy

    Jenna, it takes courage and wisdom to say what you did regarding what you want people to understand. I agree with William. You are beautiful, both inside and out.


  3. Claudius Maximus

    Jenna- Your smile and the way you stand in the truth of who you are melt my heart away. Thank you for being you. I totally agree ” hugs and kisses are awesome “. We can all use some more loving everyday for ourselves and others.


  4. Samson

    What a lovely smile and outlook on life. :)


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