Where would we be if our history were not what it was? History is the fiber of each land, and most importantly makes us who we are as a country to be reckoned with.
A lover of the language that holds the keys for higher learning, I have always enjoyed the fineries of this great and difficult language. I am able to quickly comprehend what is written and apply that to the context of what is going on through the whole of any passage or need of a good word to capture what is being conveyed by the writer to their audience.
As a lover of history and the world, I have come to love what is happening in the world as wars and other happenings occur. I especially enjoy world war two and the remarkable recovery that was made by the European nation what it is today. Knowing and understanding this rich history also unlocks the splendor of what we have here in The United States!
Great books have the power to broaden our horizons and or thoughts. I love classics that span from sea to sea and allow me to gain a better understanding of places and cultures that no longer truly exist. Gaining knowledge of the language that great writers of yesteryear used is well worth its weight in gold. I have read books by Tolstoy, Shakespear, Dickens, and many others that have heightened my awareness of the great cultures and civilizations that no longer exist and help me to better understand what we have here in America.
As a music minor and avid explorer of the history of music I have a vast knowledge of history and music. I have taken music history classes and studied the elements of the time periods and the music of some of the great such as Beethoven, Mozart, Hyden, and many more. With Theory classes and singing in choirs I have been able to experience many time periods of music and the beauty that each time period has.
An avid reader who has always been in the 95% or higher in reading comprehension, I love reading books that make one think and pose a challenge to understanding. I have been able to help many others gain better comprehension skills and over all enjoyment levels when reading for leisure and for class.
Ever wondered why words have so much power in today's society? The more advanced our vocabulary becomes, the more we need our words that we have learned to be used. I love using ambiguous words that require thought and decision to make their symmetry come alive upon the page. Words have power let us unlock their power together!