Jayme - I’ve always known that I want to work with children somehow but just hadn’t found how to channel it in a way to make it a career I am

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Jayme’s Bio I’m Jayme, 24 years old. I live in Jonesboro, Arkansas with my mother and 10 year old nephew whom I help take care of. I own 2 beautiful orange tabbys who often remind me of children. I chose the compassionate lifestyle of a vegan, I love animals and don’t feel the need to use them for my own survival. I do yoga, dance in the rain, and sing like noone’s listening (even when they are). I have had several jobs and just haven’t found my niche yet. I’m one of few people who actually SAYS the word niche properly (its Neesh, not nitch).
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Unformatted text preview: I’ve always known that I want to work with children somehow, but just hadn’t found how to channel it in a way to make it a career. I am hoping to change that. Music is my life’s blood, I live for a good movie, and basically survive off of tofu and hot tea. With that said you’d think I was skinny, but the true test of me becoming vegan was if the ice cream was any good. It is, ask my pants. I don’t really know much else to say about me except I look very forward to learning and making some study buddies!...
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This note was uploaded on 08/03/2009 for the course GEN 105 GEN/105 taught by Professor Abel during the Summer '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Jayme - I’ve always known that I want to work with children somehow but just hadn’t found how to channel it in a way to make it a career I am

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