About Red

As the Title suggests, this is a journal of reflections. A journal of my own personal journey, I write each post as if it’s a personal conversation, so as you’re reading this, it’ll almost be as if you’re hearing me speak directly to you, riddled with my mannerisms and personality.

A little bit about myself, I am a Red-headed Mexican with dreams of becoming a Doctor. I’m the 7th son of a Mechanic, and the only one attempting such a task. I’m a rather elemental individual as the wind and the rain often make me smile as much as a warm fire. I have many interests in many weird things that would make me a proud Nerd, and I’m perfectly fine with that, as I try to level up in my own life.

10 comments on “About Red

  1. rayannsom says:

    I ‘m really liking your blog so I’ve nominated you for ‘The Sunshine Award’! See details here..

  2. Mars says:

    Hello dear, I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. I hope you can check this link out when you get the luxury of time (http://hereismars.wordpress.com/2012/04/26/making-milestones-memorable/) I wish you more joy and success! Hugs from this side of the world 🙂

  3. Wow you are very driven, good luck 😉

  4. Good luck with your medical aspirations – truth be told the only thing I know about games/gaming are through the games my 13-year-old plays on his Xbox.
    though i do adore the imagery/art in many of these fantasy games 🙂

    • red1263 says:

      Ha ha ha, Thank you. And I’m glad the imagery helps.

      • I can’t believe the graphics that accompany some of the games he plays.
        My kids and I are big fans of FaceOff – we love watching the ‘special effects’ makeup process – but for me especially, video gaming is a whole other realm. I love the background music to Assassins Creed and the history it brings to life… I also like the SIms my daughter plays as it does teach her real life skills beyond the ‘weird’ people that might try to sneak into her Sims backyard… 😉

      • red1263 says:

        Oh I love FaceOff! Well, for Video gaming, either you’re into it or you’re not, and if you are into it, then there’s a whole world within it to have MANY diverse gamers. But music is a great way to make a video game, which is what got me hooked to the Final Fantasy games back in the SNES! Heh, I’ve never heard Sims played for that.

      • Maybe you’re onto something 😉

  5. Thom Hickey says:

    Thanks. Pleased to have found your heartfelt blog. I look forward to dropping by. Regards from Thom at the immortal jukebox (drop a nickel)

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