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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by D'Snowth, Jul 9, 2005.
I'm just obsessed period.
unfortunately i too don't know kathy greenwod.sorry 'snowth.
I am female, white:irish, scottish, german,....
My religion is LDS or Morman. Its not weird at all like some people think. Basically Christian.
That's okay. Most people in the states either don't know who she is, or just down-right hate her.
Hello I'm from Australia but I have English,Scottish,Irish & French blood there is one Dutch ancestor but I'm not sure if it counts since its a little way back.
My religious lige might be little hard to understand I was baptised a Catholic then went through the stages up to Holy Communion with out anyone really giving me any options or explanations of other religions that I could belong to.
Recently I have discovered my beliefs are more intune to the Pagan ones at the moment I'm just ecelectic but leaning towards Celtic.
Well, I am American, so that means I am really about a million other things!
On my mother's side, I am Mexican. All the way. My grandparents immigrated to the U.S. when they were younger. Further down that line, I have some Mexican Indian in me, and my ancestors were most likely Spaniards as well.
On my father's side, I have Mexican too, but I am also English. (Tacos and tea! That's what my friends say to me.) One of my aunts has traced our family back as far as 10 generations, and we have relatives in England. I'm sure on my dad's side I am also a number of other things.
As far as religion goes, I am Catholic, I guess. I was raised that way, but not like the crazy ones you hear about. My family is not like "we MUST do/think this because we are Catholic!" I know some people like that. They annoy me too. I believe, but I agree with what Vibs said earlier; sometimes it's just hard. But I try.
So yeah, me in a nutshell.
I am a Druid and my race is the 2 mile relay.
Well, I finally decided to reply to this thread!
I am mostly Irish. I have a very tiny bit of German in me, but since I don't know anything about that side, I just consider myself all Irish for now.
As for religion, I like many of you was raised Catholic, with absolutely no exposure to anything else! I did not get my first computer 'til I was 15, and so it was not really 'til college that I had much chanse to branch out and learn about other faiths. I now float somewhere in the Wiccan/Christo/Pagan/Ecclectic range. It tends to vary slightly. I would definately describe myself as Pagan though!
Well, I'm Caucasian Anglo-Saxon... My ethnic background is German, Italian and French. And, I was born a Catholic but I've been recently thinking of switching over to Lutheran like my mum.
Female, European mutt...
English, Irish, Scots, Welsh, German, French, Italian, Belgian (probablly missed a few...)
married to a Scots/Polish chap.. how he managed to be that limited anymore, I've no idea...
Religion, as stated in the other religion thread: I belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (aka LDS or Mormon, though we really would prefer people use the whole name, not one of the nick names.. otherwise people get the crazy idea that we don't believe in Christ, and correcting that misconception gives me headaches )
ok, I just got a big lecture in Sociology class that race doesn't exist genetically only in people's minds and all that so
ethnicity/religion - I'm Caucasian, American, Alaskan, brown hair, brown eyes... of German and Irish decent. My family's left Germany before the goose-stepping, so I'm not a white supremist, Jew bashing, war monger... but I am a Conservative Southern Baptist and Republican... yes I think that's about it when it comes to that
I guess you can say my race is "White" but apparently if you're white in the US you can't be proud of your ethnicity... but I am
So yeah I'm hardcore Southern Baptist Christian, and proud to be!
Awesome Tonichelle. Great to see a young person with firm conservative moral Christian values. I've attended independent fundamentalist Baptist churches before too. I've been going to a non-denominational church with sound conservative doctrine.
I am not a republican but good on you for having the guts to stand up for your beliefs and values in the name of Jesus Tonichelle.
God bless you
Bill "Marty" Bubble Guy
Well, I guess I'm a mutt like most of us here. lol From what I remember, I'm a Caucasian American (not like those two things would be difficult to remember), English, Danish, and Irish, girl. I'm sure there is more to me but you get the idea.
I'm also a fellow Latter Day Saint ,furshur and Davina!
Thank you, Bill, for the PM welcome! I was going to PM you back but I don't have enough posts under my belt to do so yet.
hi DreamCatcher, welcome to the boards i use to live down in Utah (SLC in the Avenues) as well until about 3 years ago when I moved up here to Alaska..
Davina - woot! for Alaskans! Do you like it up here, and what brought you up to the *frozen* North?
most of the time i like it...
I came up in January 2003 after I got married... hubby'd been up here for about 10 years, and at the time, his ex and kids were all still up here as well. (she's since moved out of state with his younger girls, but they love coming back up here for the summers to stay with us)
We use to live in Anchorage, but last fall bought a house out in Palmer. We love this place, so will most likely stay put for a good long while..
Wes I'm form Georgia, I'm a Spirit filled Pentecostal, as far as race i'm Irish, and 1/16 Native american, My family is from Alabama, and Missisppi.
Yeah, Anchorage sucks lol... I much prefer my hometown of Kenai
but it is nice to be able to have more than one store to go in and get things from... I like the variety... but not the crowded feeling
definately.. i like living within reasonable driving distance of large cities.. just not in the large cityu itself.. but the.. aside from wehen I lived in SLC for 3 years and the time in Anchorage before we bought the house, i've always lived in the small towns just outside the large cities...
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