I was born in the south, can't give to many details cause I will be writing about the crazy folk I deal with at work, and can't do or say anything that would jeapordize these people's confidentiality. But none the less I was born in the south, to a loving poor couple who worked very hard all thier lives. They are still working hard today. I have to say I was whipped hard and fairly often, by today's standards, and even the standards of that time it was illegally done because there were always plenty of marks. Yes I was probably marked in some way emotionally, but it didn't keep me from doing something with my life. Neither of my parents graduated high school. They have worked in factories all my life. My dad is self proclaimed minister. They are strictly religious, but they are good people, and I love them despite all thier little and sometimes big flaws. I was an only child, so in some ways, I was likely spoiled. My life was not easy, I went to small elementary school where I was laughed at cause my clothes were from Kmart or woolsworth, or whatever else they could find, then I became a mean ass and people did not become my friends, but they left me the hell alone. My meanness I equate with the will to live. I've got some southern gentleness, most southern women do, but I'm divorced and not dating, and that's not my choice. I personally believe I lack southern female submissiveness, or neediness, since most southern men want their women submissive, quiet, and needy I am alone. I think by far the most interesting thing about me at this point is my job. And that's based on what's interesting about other people, and what I think about them and what they do or say.