Ran across this guy too
criss from netlog ,
• Criss Willson <email@example.com
I would like to describe myself as a gentleman who is not proud of what he has but what he is.. Most times I look down on my memory lane and feel proud because i never came from the biggest and brightest family that you would have probably came from, but each time I look at myself today, I am always proud of what I am. Growing up in in Chicago, Illinois gave me the zeal not to give up on my quest in life. was it was all worth it....heheh. You know having a goal keeps me striving and not feeling the pains. my dad then had a job that paid little and took the responsibility of the house rent and other miscellaneous bills he could pay. With all the financial issues around us cos my parents had good jobs I almost lost my focus then until I sat home one day, I can remember clearly I was listening to one of Martin Luther’s quote and he said "IF U CAN THINK OF IT U CAN DO IT" after all I was bright and industrious, as well as frugal and intelligent. So I took a vow to strive and hustle my way through school. hehhe.
When I got my university admission to study in engineering (first degree), I was happy but I was scared there wouldn’t be money to see myself through. I had some savings for the tuition fee at least for the first year that I saved all through the year working. Every kid around my block was enthusiastic about college and even though I knew I wrote well in the test I had my mind battling with how I would scale through the all 5 years course financially. hehhe. but then I knew there was a God somewhere, so sometimes when I saw my self worried, I always said to myself, "IF THERE IS A WILL, THERE IS A WAY"..HEHE.After my first year as a freshman, I fell in love with a woman of virtue. Her name was Doris,
bless her soul. She became my wife subsequently after we graduated and made me the happiest man in the world ever. She was a bundle of blessing to me now and my future. I dedicate my present achievements over the years to her moral, financial, emotional and physical support that propelled me towards positively. The reason why I am a proud engineer today and a business man was because she came into my life. In a nut shell she was from an affluent home and she was quick enough to recognize and appreciate my intelligence. We fell in love and she helped me so much in convincing her father and he became my mentor. Thanks to her generosity and kindness as it saw me through my first degree. I loved Doris my late wife; she was a year in level older than me when I met her in the university. We got married after our graduation and we gave birth to a wonderful son named james.jemas is 6 now and we Miss Doris too. i wish she was here to see what a wondeful son she has. Don’t be saddened to hear of my loss, for my loss only made unwhole and single. It left me without a companion and almost made me a pub maniac. When she died I visited the pub regularly and took to severe drinking, until my psychology therapist advised I took one of the jobs I was been offered from some oil companies offshore. He said if I left my house for a different ambience and settlement, it will rejuvenate and strengthen me. Thus, he was right as I kept my head up and managed to stop drinking as it was almost ruining my status. But all through these years, I have realized that unless I fall in love again and get that which is abstract, I would be incomplete. My lady that’s the reason am here I want a family for james and I. we leave in a big beautiful world that is not complete. I need a spice in my big world.
Waiting to hear from you soonest .
Criss Willson <firstname.lastname@example.org
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