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Offline Last Active Sep 07 2015 11:44 PM

About Me

Howdy. My name is Lexi and I am a 27-year-old woman located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. My husband and I have been married over 6 years (we were married March 14, 2009). I graduated with my bachelor of science degree in agricultural communications in July 2009! I am a proud mom to one son - Connor - born August 23, 2009! He is the light of my life and I love every minute with him. I work full-time as an early headstart teacher (ages 0-3). I received my Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in July 2012 and have my certificate of mastery. I am going to graduate with an associate's in Early Childhood - Human/Family Sciences option in December 2015! My ultimate career goal is to be a school counselor, so I plan to get a second bachelor's or a master's after completing my current degree.

When you get to know me, you will realize I love helping others. I love to help families in need and animals in particular. A lot of my animals are rescues.

Other than my love for my family and job, I also have special animals in my life.. We currenty have five cats (Ash, Phoebe, Taj, BG, and Rory), five rats (Glinda, Elphaba, Nessarose, Pickles, and Amy), four snakes (two ball pythons named Hathor and Loxus and two kingsnakes named Phoenix and Indy), a Bare-eyed Cockatoo named Bubbles, and our newest addition is a bay roan grade Quarter Horse filly we named "River Song." River Song came from a feedlot, so we saved her from slaughter. We look forward to giving her lots of TLC and training her from yearling to adult! I hope she is a forever horse for us. When we can afford to have two horses again, we will definitely get another rescue.

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