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Ever meet someone randomly and you seem to just click? You can talk for hours about anything, everything and nothing at all? Some people call that “Chemistry”

Chemistry was never my subject, If I think way back to grade 10 Chem I remember nothing. Actually I remember the cute guy (Matt) who sat in front of me for two semesters...
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catdad:
They don't scare me, but I'm not optimistic I'll ever figure them out.  There's enough about myself I struggle with.
littlejohn22:
The electrons of people are hard to stay intact. Some negativity can be difficult so you must stay positive. That is about all the Grade 10 chemistry I can remember 

FUCK OFF

I have tattoos, I know right you are totally shocked! I got my first one in ’96 and never really looked back. I am a Suicide Girl and a girl that has a mind that doesn’t quit. Im artistic, scientific and witty!

I have always been the nerd, dork, opinionated French chick, odd ball, macabre mind and a bit eccentric. I have...
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slyxxx180:
Gettem girl 
littlejohn22:
Hi

Finding Peace in Chaos

I live for the adrenaline in helping others, fighting for those without a voice. This can be a thankless job that honestly never sleeps. It is chaotic, emotional and an ever changing world that makes you adapt quick!

Being a First Responder or EMS worker already makes you a bit of an odd breed. We have in a lot of cases...
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littlejohn22:
This is just like me but as a theatre employee... our days off and work schedule is always changing 

The Great Balancing Act

I often joke about how my biggest weakness is that I love what I do. I love helping people! Whether struggling from addiction, human rights issues, health concerns or trauma. I am the advocate for it all. I have devoted all my free-time to all of the above over the years and now I work in EMS full time. I always...
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littlejohn22:
it is a balancing act indeed 

I have been a self proclaimed advocate for prisoner rights for several years. I have written several short articles on addiction, parole and institualization which were shared by the New Brunswick chapter of the John Howard Society. I have also spent a lot of one on one time getting to know parolees and ex-offenders through my volunteer work.

The journey to Burwash was a personal
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littlejohn22:
Those are some awesome shots, sounds like quite the journey