R. Wallis

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Gender FEMALE
Occupation Plastic Surgery Center Administrator
Location Arkansas, United States
Introduction Hi! Well, not much to say here. This part is completely awkward to me. But, nevertheless here it goes: I'm a 20something perfectionist. Married to an incredible man...incredible. I'm an ex-plastic surgery consultant/administrator who now works in the non-profit world. This equals a very diverse knowledge base. I have a Masters in Public Health Policy, but I'm still not sure that's what I want to do with my life. I get bored very easily, and random things pop out of my mouth at very random times. It happens often. I have a unique perception on life, or at least that's what I'm told. I love interior design, event planning, sewing, painting and I enjoy making to-do lists. I get an odd adrenaline rush when I cross things off my lists. I love life and give all the glory to God for my many blessings. Weekly if not daily you will find: Fashion Tips, Decorating Tips, Devotionals, Political Rhetoric, Plastic Surgery News, Recipes and other Daily Randomness,
Interests Fashion, Cosmetics, Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Laser Rejuvenation, Cooking, Interior Design
Favorite Movies All time Fave's: Dirty Dancing, Pretty Woman, Grease, Now and Then, The Notebook (love, love it!), In her Shoes, Jerry McQuire, Beaches, Still Magnolias, An Affair to Remember (old b&w version). My current Fav is P.S. I love you....he is absolutely the PERFECT man!
Favorite Music I mainly listen to Alt Christian music: Gungor, Switchfoot, Third Day, Casting Crowns, Chris Tomlin, Natalie Grant, etc, but I'm really not that picky as long as I can understand what the singer is saying :)
Favorite Books Crazy Love, Forgotten God, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, 23 Minutes in Hell, It Sucked & Then I Cried, Twilight Series, 90 Minutes in Heaven, The SHACK....it is the most phenomenal book I've ready in a very long time. Close seconds include Memoirs of a Geisha, Davinci Code, the Note Book, anything by Beth Moore