Julia

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Gender FEMALE
Location Florida, United States
Introduction Hello, all!!!! My name is Julia, and I'm a Christian homeschooled student who has been washed by the blood of Jesus Christ. I'm an aspiring writer, and intend to attend Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia to pursue a degree in journalism. I play the violin, viola, mandolin, and fool around on my piano. I love music and poetry. I have always loved to write; I started after attending a writing class for about 8 weeks when I was ten, and have yet to stop. I love the english language and the beautiful gift of words almost as much as I do the people that I'm writing for. I'm a girl of many interests. I love to make things, especially gifts for people, and I hope to be blessed enough to be able to work on the missions field after college. I love Fox News and working with kids. My absolute favorite thing to do is to make people smile. My main goal in my life can be summed up by the first entry in the West Minster Shorter Catechism: "The chief end of man is to glorify God and to enjoy him forever." Be blessed!!!
Interests Writing (poetry, prose and everything in between), the news, Playing the violin, mandolin, and viola, crocheting, sewing, Jane Austen, AWANA, and helping out at my church.
Favorite Movies It Happened One Night, the Thin Man movies, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, North by North West, It's a Wonderful Life, Yankee Doodle Dandy, Horse Feathers, 1776. (Notice all of them are from before 1960) :)
Favorite Music Contemporary: "Give Me Jesus" by Sara Watkins, "Stoney Lake Reels" and "Bela's Tune" by Natalie MacMaster, "We Remember" and "Save Your Life" by the NewsBoys, "Real" by Plumb, "Cluck Old Hen" by Alison Krauss, "Straight Life" by Art Pepper, "Where I Come From" by Montgomery Gentry, "Estrellita" by Bowfire. Classical: Oh where do I start...
Favorite Books "Pride and Prejudice" and "Sense and Sensibility" by Jane Austen, "Pearl Maiden" by H. Rider Haggard, "Crispen and the Cross of Lead", "A Single Shard", "Haddasah: the Girl Who Grew Up to be Queen Esther", "The Brethren" by H. Rider Haggard, "Shadow Spinner", The "Royal Diaries" series, the "Dear America" Series, The "London Confidetnial" series, "Lysbeth" by H. Rider Haggard, The "Life of Faith Series", The "Trixie Belden" series, The "Nancy Drew" series, "Chasing Vermeer", "The Eagle of the Ninth." (I didn't have room to put more just now.)

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